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Geisel looks to the future amid challenges in academic medicine.
Technology is going to transform the way in which we deliver health care—and there is growinginterest from consumers and health care systems alike to embrace technology in new ways.
Geisel First-Year Students Are MaD (Making a Difference)
The new Patients and Populations course has students pitching proposals to improve health care.
Center for Health Equity Inspires Alumni Support
By building partnerships with underserved communities abroad, the Center for Health Equity has inspired generous support from alumni.
Voices: Why Get a Liberal Education?
To succeed, doctors not only need to have knowledge of biology, they must also master complex systems in which patients live and work.
Opening Eyes and Doors
There are many opportunities for undergrads to get hands-on research experience at Geisel.
John Lawrence (DC'76, Med'79)
As a medical student at Dartmouth in the late '70s there were few paths to a career in global health, so John Lawrence blazed his own trail.
Wave of the Future
Geisel researchers are looking at how mobile tech tools, like smartwatches, can impact behavioral health.
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