Fatima Haidar ’23 has received the U.S. Public Health Service Award for her leadership in helping Afghan refugees in the Upper Valley.
Articles by: Susan Green
Detecting Potential Medication Side Effects in Treating Depression and Anxiety
A team of Geisel researchers find those treated with antidepressants exhibit a lower level of physical activity.
Geisel Celebrates Match Day 2022
For the first time in three years, graduating medical students gathered in person with family and friends on Dartmouth’s campus for the eagerly anticipated and emotional annual event—one of the most celebrated and important days of their medical career—Match Day.
Depression and Burnout During the Clinical Years
Michael Hoggard ’22 wants to improve the quality of life for future medical students and residents.
Geisel School of Medicine Student Amal Cheema Elected to AAMC OSR Administrative Board
Third-year Geisel School of Medicine student Amal Cheema ’23 has been elected to the Association of American Medical College (AAMC) Organization of Student Representatives (OSR) Administrative Board as a National Delegate.
Lisa Adams to Serve as Co-Chair of The Lancet Commission on Arctic and Northern Health
Lisa V. Adams, MED ’90, associate dean for global health, is co-chairing a new commission addressing the health and wellbeing of Arctic Indigenous peoples.
Nicole Borges Appointed to National Leadership Role within AAMC
Nicole J. Borges, PhD, has been named Chair-Elect of the Association of American Medical College’s Medical Education Scholarship, Research, and Evaluation (MESRE) Section effective immediately.
Online/Hybrid MPH Students Together Again for the First Time
The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice’s Master of Public Health online/hybrid program met for the first time during the intensive week in December.
Improving Health and Healthcare of Asian Americans
Working as a quality improvement analyst in a community-based clinic in San Francisco’s Chinatown, after receiving a master’s degree in global health, Geisel medical student Ashley Yang ’24 came face-to-face with the healthcare needs of the city’s deeply rooted Asian-American population.
Geisel School of Medicine’s Harold M. Swartz Honored for His Contributions to the Field of Magnetic Resonance
In celebration of his 85th birthday, Harold (Hal) M. Swartz, MD, PhD, MSPH, a professor of radiology at Geisel, is the subject of two special issues of the journal Applied Magnetic Resonance dedicated to his many contributions to the field of electron paramagnetic resonance.