At a special roundtable event on Friday, Sept. 29, co-sponsored by Dartmouth’s Geisel School of Medicine, Dartmouth Health, and the C. Everett Koop Institute at Dartmouth, five former U.S. Surgeons General shared their perspectives on a range of issues affecting the future of healthcare in the U.S.
Thank you to the five former US Surgeons General for joining us at Dartmouth for an extraordinary and inspiring conversation on the future of healthcare. In case you missed it you can watch the video here.
Charlotte Berry ’25 is lead author of a paper describing a new tool designed to help clinicians facilitate conversations about dementia care.
Geisel School of Medicine students Omar Sajjad and James Feng selected as 2023 Gold Student Summer Fellows.
Fourth year medical students Marilyn Ndukwe ’23 and Maura Doré ’23 leave a legacy of advocating for student wellbeing at Geisel.
At Dartmouth’s Social Justice Awards program, Geisel’s John Turco, MD, a professor of endocrinology, Josie Pinto, who is currently earning her Master of Public Health at the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice, and Dartmouth Health’s Alisa Hurwitz all received awards.
The Middle Eastern, North African, and South Asian Students’ Association (MENASA) at the Geisel School of Medicine has received Dartmouth’s Social Justice Student Organization Award for their outstanding contributions to Dartmouth and beyond.
During her Medical Student Grand Rounds presentation Christina Stach ’25 talked about the importance of using body language to communicate with patients.
Geisel medical students and Dartmouth Health residents in Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society raised $7,534 benefitting LISTEN Community Service’s Heating Helpers Program and Dartmouth Cancer Center’s food pantry during their charity banquet fundraiser.
Responding to the lack of Spanish-speaking healthcare providers, an enterprising Geisel student created a solution.