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The magazine of the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth
Teaching students how to balance benefit and risk when prescribing.
Geisel's new Williamson Translational Research Building helps speed discoveries from lab to clinic.
Jay Buckey's lab is investigating microgravity's effects on the eye.
ART OF MEDICINE
The leopard waits, then disappears into the grass—By Margaret Caudill-Slosberg
The Williamson Translational Research Building connects research and clinical programs.
STAFF & CONTRIBUTORS
Dartmouth Medicine seeks to convey the breadth and depth of the education, research, and patient-care and service activities of the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth. The magazine provides a place for members of the Geisel community to share their experiences and to learn about the experiences of others, and it hopes to inspire reflections on and conversations about vital issues in health care and medical education.
- A Legacy of Connecting Hearts and Minds
- A New Twist on the Mind-Body Connection
- Uncovering Potentially "Concerning" Variation in Cancer Screening Follow-ups
- New Surgery Chief Joins Geisel and Dartmouth-Hitchcock
- NH-INBRE Program Receives $18.1M to Expand Biomedical Research and Training in New Hampshire
- Advocates for Latino Healthcare
- Capturing Optimism
- Delivery Mode and Diet Affect Infant Gut Microbiome
- Japanese Global Health Fund Supports Dartmouth Tuberculosis Vaccine Trial
Voices of Geisel
- Voices of Geisel: Physicians navigating the social media penumbra
By Stuart W Grande, MPA and Annemijn Aarts, MD, PHD
- In Pursuit of Dual Passions
By Kimberly Swick Slover
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