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Geisel's new Williamson Translational Research Building helps speed discoveries fromlab to clinic.
You have these days where you're doing something that maybe no one elsehas done before, and if it works you can be the first to share that knowledge.
Effective, Safe, Affordable
Teaching students how to balance benefit and risk when prescribing.
An Eye on Microgravity
Jay Buckey's lab is investigating microgravity's effects on the eye.
Glen Rennels (Med'80)
An opportunity to work in computer technology was the ideal way to unite his dual passions for medicine and artificial intelligence.
Gift Honors Historic Surgery
A new scholarship honors the remarkable surgery by Dr. Nathan Smith that saved the leg, and possibly life, of Joseph Smith, founder of the Mormon Church.
Connecting Hearts and Minds
Joe O'Donnell, known for his devotion to student well-being and compassion-centered medicine, is retiring after 42 years of teaching and mentoring aspiring doctors at Dartmouth.
Geisel's chapter of Physicians for Human rights aims to mobilize students' creative energies and passion for social justice.
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