Geisel medical students and Dartmouth Health residents in Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society raised $7,534 benefitting LISTEN Community Service’s Heating Helpers Program and Dartmouth Cancer Center’s food pantry during their charity banquet fundraiser.
Articles by: Susan Green
Responding to the lack of Spanish-speaking healthcare providers, an enterprising Geisel student created a solution.
A study led by Geisel School of Medicine fourth-year student Lucy Skinner ’23, MPH ’21, found that female physicians with children earn on average $3.1 million less than male physicians with children over a 40-year career.
On Friday, March 17, Geisel School of Medicine’s MD Class of 2023 gathered with family and friends at the Lebanon Opera House to celebrate Match Day, signaling their transition to residency and the next steps on their medical careers.
Second-year Geisel medical student Jeffrey Nicol discusses his research into the potential benefits of psychedelic medicine in psychiatry.
Two Geisel School of Medicine students, Isadora Guarino ’24 and Paula Sofia Lara Mejia ’25, were recognized during the 50th Annual Latino Medical Student Association (LMSA) Northeast Regional Conference.
In celebration of Solidarity Week for Compassionate Patient Care, the Geisel chapter of the Gold Humanism Honor Society (GHHS) created and distributed 100 care packages to patients receiving inpatient treatment at Dartmouth Cancer Center and to those receiving outpatient infusions.
Professor Emeritus Miguel Marín-Padilla, who contributed to our understanding of the cerebral cortex, has died.
Recognizing the legacy of America’s first Black medical school graduate, Samuel Ford McGill, Class of 1839, Geisel dedicates a community-building space for historically underrepresented medical students.
Focused on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s legacy, Geisel’s 17th Annual MLK Health Equity Celebration recognized medical school community members dedicated to King’s vision.