Dartmouth GrantGPS invites you to attend one or both of the following full-day seminars: Write Winning NSF Grant Proposals on November 29, and Write Winning NIH Grant Proposals on December 15
Meet some of the members of the Geisel School of Medicine’s Class of 2021—KC Collier, Tianrae Chu, and Allie Morgan—as they share their stories about what brought them to the Dartmouth community and why they wanted to pursue a career in medicine.
When Bill Eidtson, Geisel’s director of learning support and accessibility services, talks about his interest in education, the conversation is punctuated with lively observations on educational technology and satire, which on the surface appear to be unrelated. However, he believes they can help people develop critical thinking skills.
Geisel School of Medicine Dean Duane Compton, PhD, announced today that Gregory Ogrinc, MD, MS, an internationally recognized innovator in medical education, has been name the Senior Associate Dean for Medical Education, a role that he has served in on an interim basis since 2014.
Meet some of the members of the Geisel School of Medicine’s Class of 2021—Sand Mastrangelo, Shuaibu Ali, Sylvia Guerra, and Meredith Ryan—as they share their stories about what brought them to the Dartmouth community and why they wanted to pursue a career in medicine
Dartmouth SYNERGY Clinical and Translational Science Institute announces the availability of grant funding for 2018 SYNERGY Pilot Awards.
The second annual Children’s Environmental Health Day is on October 12, 2017! Children in the United States are routinely exposed to significant environmental hazards: at least 4 million households include children exposed to high levels of lead, and children of color and children living in poverty are disproportionately at risk. The Dartmouth Children’s Environmental Health and Disease Prevention Research Center, funded by NIEHS/EPA, is actively investigating the health impact of environmental exposures on children.
This year’s Gear Up for Research will be held Monday, October 30th, from 11:00 AM- 1:00 PM, in Auditoria A-C at DHMC. Gear Up is an information fair that brings together entities that support research at Dartmouth and DHMC. It is here that researchers including faculty, residents, nurses, students, and postdocs, have the opportunity to learn about services, meet key people, ask questions, and get answers.
Register now for the “Essential to Some, Useful for All: Understanding Accessibility to Learning” program to be held Oct. 6 at DHMC and Oct. 10 on Dartmouth’s Hanover campus. Admission is free and all Geisel faculty, staff, and administrators, Graduate Program and TDI are welcome to attend.
Dartmouth’s Graduate Program in Quantitative Biomedical Sciences (QBS) is offering a new master’s degree with a concentration in health data science beginning in fall 2018.