Ten students at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth have been selected as 2015-16 New Hampshire/Vermont Schweitzer Fellows by the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship, named for the famous physician-humanitarian.
Second-year Geisel medical student Jose “Tito” Porras is among 68 top medical and veterinary students from 37 schools in the United States selected to conduct full-time biomedical research through the Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s Medical Research Fellows Program.
Lin Deng, a graduate student in Biochemistry, is a recipient of the Chinese Government Award for Outstanding Students Abroad, which recognizes the academic accomplishments of Chinese students studying overseas.
Though Match Day’s results are unpredictable, matching as a couple adds an entirely new layer of uncertainty to the process. Watch this video to learn how Geisel medical students and couple Whitney Hitchcock and Chris Beeler found ways to cope with the stress of medical school and Match Day.
Stress caused by Match Day is bad enough for most graduating medical students but for students who are trying to match as a couple, the anxiety and joy of Match Day can be overwhelming. Watch this video to find out if Geisel students and married couple Jessica and David Fried got a match made in heaven.
Fourth-year medical student Mildred Lopez Pineiro was anxious for the arrival of Match Day and to learn where she’d start her residency training, but the support of Geisel’s close-knit community helped to make the day less-nerve wracking.
At this year’s Match Day, 83 students at Dartmouth’s Geisel School of Medicine learned where they will start their residency training after graduation.
While rehabilitating his own injuries, professional dancer Philip Montana decided to become a physician in order to help other injured dancers and athletes.
Geisel MD-PhD student and 2014-2015 Syvertsen Fellow Fadzai Chinyengetere wants to use the knowledge and skills she has developed at Dartmouth to help improve health care in Sub-Saharan Africa.
As both an aspiring physician and a musician, first-year Geisel medical student Nara Michaelson believes rather than being at odds, music can complement, renew, and strengthen a life in medicine.