Articles by: Susan Green

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Valerie Anne Galton, PhD. Photo by Kurt Wehde

A Close, Supportive Community—Endocrinologist Val Galton Recalls her 60 Years at Dartmouth

Val Galton has seen many changes at Geisel, but the school’s tightly knit community remains the same.

Art of Medicine, Media

Carnatic Roots

Carnatic Roots

Fourth-year Geisel student Chinmayee Balachandra carries on a family tradition.

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Munck-Pfefferkorn and Beyond

Munck-Pfefferkorn and Beyond

Since 2016, the Munck-Pfefferkorn Grant Awards have supported faculty investigators launching new and innovative yearlong projects.

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Touring Geisel’s Renovations

Touring Geisel’s Renovations

A look at Geisel’s recently updated teaching and student spaces.

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Photo by Kurt Wehde

Mentor Match

Nineteen Science Scholars met their match in an October 18 ceremony designed to formally introduce them to each other and to their mentors.

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Ashley Yang '24. Photo by Kurt Wehde

Improving Health and Healthcare of Asian Americans

Working as a quality improvement analyst in a community-based clinic in San Francisco’s Chinatown, after receiving a master’s degree in global health, Geisel medical student Ashley Yang ’24 came face-to-face with the healthcare needs of the city’s deeply rooted Asian-American population.

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The Challenge of Now—The Dartmouth Institute Welcomes Largest Ever Class of New Students

The Challenge of Now—The Dartmouth Institute Welcomes Largest Ever Class of New Students

The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice welcomes a new class of residential and hybrid MPH students.

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Faculty Notes | Summer 2021

Faculty Notes | Summer 2021

Highlights of recent faculty achievements.