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The magazine of the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth
Vol. 37, No. 1 • Fall 2012
From stem cells to yeast to neurons, basic scientists at the Geisel School of Medicine follow their curiosity wherever it leads.
Geisel Board of Overseers member Dr. Bonnie Henderson (D'89, Med'93) asks Dean Wiley "Chip" Souba about his first two years at Dartmouth and his vision for the Medical School.
In May, students, faculty, staff, and alumni honored Audrey and Theodor Geisel for their support of the Medical School.
In the 1980s, an unusual agreement between the State of New Hampshire and the Medical School's Department of Psychiatry helped revolutionize the trea tment of ment al illness.
Clinical advances begin with basic research. See the article "Back to Basics" for more on a few of the contributions made by Geisel scientists.
STAFF & CONTRIBUTORS
- A smoking gun in adolescent health
- Improving the odds for children with HIV
- Effective, but not for every patient
- A team effort
- Rooting out a prion's sidekick
- Service and ceremony
- Dartmouth and Peru partnering to improve lives
- Rothstein named chair of medicine
- Worthy of Note: Honors, awards, appointments, etc.
- Small steps, big strides
- Geisel honors 16 faculty members
- Meeting the needs of students and communities
- Bringing care back home
- Clinical Observation
- Media Mentions: Geisel in the news
- Investigator Insight
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