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American-born and raised in Liberia, Samuel Ford McGill returned to become Dartmouth'sfirst black medicalschool graduate.
McGill is an example of the success that lies ahead when individuals are measured for their true worth.
Grit and Determination
American-born and raised in Liberia, Samuel Ford McGill—Class of 1839—was the first black graduate of a U.S. medical school.
The Center for Quantitative Biology
The CQB is bringing new precision medicine technologies to Dartmouth's research community.
Fast-Tracking the Battle Against COVID-19
Geisel's new curriculum connects basic science to healthcare delivery.
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