A three-year, $800,000 grant from the Anthem Foundation to The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy & Clinical Practice will fund the first comprehensive, nationwide study of neonatal intensive care.
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.
In this Q&A, TDI demographer Samir Soneji, PhD discusses how demographers are able to predict how changes in population affect public policy by forecasting future disease and mortality rates.
A neuro-oncology research team at Dartmouth’s Norris Cotton Cancer Center, led by the Director Mark A. Israel, MD with first author Gilbert J. Rahme, PhD, recently identified the transcription factor Id4 as a suppressor of tumor cell invasion in glioblastoma.
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.
The National Cancer Institute (NCI) has renewed its Cancer Center Support Grant to Norris Cotton Cancer Center (NCCC) at Dartmouth, continuing NCCC’s designation as a Comprehensive Cancer Center.
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.
New study by researchers from Dartmouth and Brazil finds mushrooms’ bioluminescence attracts insects and is under the control of the circadian clock.
Dartmouth researchers have presented a comprehensive review of the role of sex hormones in the female reproductive tract and evidence supporting a “window of vulnerability” to HIV and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs).