On Monday, January 30th at 5:30 PM, at Chilcott auditorium, please join the Dartmouth Native American Program and Beyond the Books at the Geisel School of Medicine for a screening and discussion of “Walking into the Unknown”, which traces the “intimate journey of a middle aged American Indian male through the health care system as he gains a deeper understanding of himself and the health risks he faces.”
Honoring those fighting for social justice through education, politics, medicine, human rights, mentoring, and more. Thursday, January 26 at 4:30 PM, Filene Auditorium (Moore Hall).
Please join us at the Match Day ceremony for the Geisel School of Medicine Class of 2017 on Friday, March 17 in Auditoriums E/F at DHMC. The ceremony will start at 11:45 AM, with the distribution of the envelopes commencing promptly at noon.
The 2017 Geisel MLK Celebration will kick-off on Friday, Jan. 13 with the presentation of the documentary America Divided – “Something in the Water.”
The next Leading Voices in Medical Education Grand Rounds will be held on Friday, Feb. 3 with guest speaker Dr. B. Price Kerfoot, the Rabkin Fellow in Medical Education at Harvard Medical School.
Applications are now being accepted for the 2017-18 Swigart Ethics Fellowships. Two fellowships will be awarded to selected Geisel students working jointly with a faculty member to undertake an ethics focused project.
Mark your calendars for June 2 and 3 for Geisel’s Class Day & Awards ceremonies to celebrate the accomplishments of the graduating class of 2017.
Join Beyond the Books in Chilcott Auditorium on Thursday, December 8 at 7:30 pm for a sneak preview of the new documentary, “It’s Criminal.” This film shares the life-changing experiences of 14 Dartmouth students and 10 female prisoners who worked together in the Telling My Story program at Dartmouth.
Surachai Supattapone, MD, PhD, a professor of biochemistry and cell biology at the Geisel School of Medicine, is among four Dartmouth professors named fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the world’s largest general scientific society and the publisher of the journal Science.
Led by Alan I. Green, MD, a team of scientists at Dartmouth SYNERGY Clinical and Translational Science Institute and Geisel’s department of Biomedical Data Science are helping to lead a national effort to centralize IRB (institutional review board) review for clinical research among the NIH’s 64 CTSA research centers.