Applications are open now for Dartmouth SYNERGY’s new Advanced Certificate in Clinical and Translational Research, which builds research focus among learners from diverse disciplines by developing the core competencies required to achieve successful careers in clinical and translational research.
Until recently, little has been known about the effect of Medicare Accountable Care Organizations on overall spending, and whether they have been able to reduce the use of high-cost care settings. A new Dartmouth Institute study led by Carrie Colla finds that Medicare ACOs are making modest, yet increasing gains in these areas, particularly when it comes to treating patients with multiple conditions who are responsible for the greatest proportion of spending.
Video of the Geisel/D-H town hall on June 20 is now available on our Sharepoint site (NetID required). This town hall focused on academic affairs post realignment.
On Saturday, July 9, from 2:30 – 5:00 PM at the Montshire Museum, there will be a celebration of Allan Munck’s life for family, friends, and colleagues.
Biomedical Data Science (BMDS) graduate student David Qian was awarded the prestigous John W. Strohbehn Medal for Excellence in Biomedical Research at the Dartmouth College’s Graduate Investiture Ceremony.
Once again, congratulations to our 2016 graduates! Below is a compilation of the student and faculty awards presented at Geisel this year.
Read article – Features a new study co-authored by Julie Bynum, associate professor of medicine and of The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice, that looked at 2012 Medicare administrative claims data and identified four unique spending trajectories.
Deborah Hogan, PhD, an associate professor of Microbiology and Immunology at Geisel, has received the 2016 Dr. Thomas Maciag COBRE Independence Award from the National Institutes of Health.
At the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth’s annual Class Day ceremony on June 4, faculty, staff, students, and families celebrated the accomplishments of 85 new graduates of the school’s MD program.
We are so saddened to inform you that Dennis McCullough, MD died unexpectedly, Friday June 3rd in Bar Harbor, Maine while attending a conference.
Dennis was a beloved and deeply engaged member of both the Department of Community and Family Medicine and the larger Upper Valley community for over thirty years as a practicing family physician and geriatrician.