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Gift Addresses Bias in Healthcare

Gift Addresses Bias in Healthcare

A gift by David Zamierowski MED ’66 to establish the Medical Education Innovation Fund for Bias Awareness will support pedagogical efforts to address bias in healthcare.

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$4.5 Million in Gifts to Support Student Mental Health

$4.5 Million in Gifts to Support Student Mental Health

The Healthy Students, Healthy Physicians program provides Geisel students access to free confidential counseling, mental health screening, resilience skills-training, and more.

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The Gift of a Peaceful Death

The Gift of a Peaceful Death

Geisel students lead essential goals of care conversations thanks to a gift from Charles Hamlin MED ’65.

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$3.35 Million in Gifts to Advance Immunotherapy

$3.35 Million in Gifts to Advance Immunotherapy

A Dartmouth faculty member, a husband grateful for the care his wife received, and a Dartmouth College alumna and her husband have made gifts to accelerate immunotherapy research at Dartmouth’s and Dartmouth-Hitchcock’s Norris Cotton Cancer Center.

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Giving Highlights

Giving Highlights

Contributions and gifts from alumni, donors, and others.

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Immunologist Arti Gaur, PhD (second from left), and chemist Glenn Micalizio, PhD (far right), are collaborating on a promising new therapy for brain cancer—and receiving entrepreneurial guidance from Barry Schweitzer, PhD, '82 (far left) of the Technology Transfer Office and Jamie Coughlin (second from right) of the Magnuson Center for Entrepreneurship. Photo by Mark Washburn from early March 2020.

Alumni Investors Donate $1.4 Million to Accelerate Innovations

Supporting researchers to bring innovations to the marketplace for the benefit of cancer patients.