“I keep telling my staff that I’m going to cut back on travel and stay at home more, that I’m going to take more time off and eventually retire,” says physician-scientist Edward Horton, a 1955 graduate of Dartmouth’s medical school. “They look at me like I’m crazy.”
Despite political tensions between Iran and the U.S., Nicholas Hill, a 1973 graduate of Dartmouth’s medical school, has worked with Iranian pulmonologists to improve the treatment of tuberculosis.
A cooking elective led by Julia Nordgren (’99) teaches students about different diets—and about how to cook healthy, delicious food.
Marc Feldman has dedicated his career to little understood and difficult to treat factitious disorders, including Munchausen syndrome and Munchausen by Proxy.
To honor Dr. John Wennberg and further the pioneering work of The Dartmouth Institute, Dartmouth College will establish the John E. Wennberg Distinguished Professorship.
Giving in support of student scholarships feels good. Dr. Norman Payson (’73) can attest to that. The Geisel alumnus and his wife, Melinda, recently made a $1 million gift that brings their total giving to scholarships at Geisel to $3.5 million.
Congratulations to Dartmouth alumnus Freddie Fu, MD (DC’74, Med’75), who received the Elizabeth Winston Lanier Award for his career contribution to anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction and advances in patient care, bestowed by the Kappa Delta Sorority along with the Orthopaedic Research and Education Foundation.
I sheepishly make my way through the crowded, chaotic waiting room of Friend Family Health Center, one of the free primary care clinics here on Chicago’s South Side.
Freddie Fu, MD, a 1975 graduate of Dartmouth’s Geisel School of Medicine, shared his “20 Thoughts for Young Doctors” in his keynote speech to first-year medical students at the school’s a annual White Coat ceremony.
The keynote speaker, a slight, dignified, gray-haired woman, made her way to the podium. Now retired, she had long been a respected and beloved physician.