32 Hours at Geisel
On any given day, members of the Geisel community might be found conducting research in labs at Dartmouth, rotating through clerkships at California Pacific Medical Center, or providing care to underserved populations in Nepal. In other words, the reach of the medical school extends around the world through research, education, and healing. The 32 Hours Project documented some of the stories of Geisel community members. A few examples can be found in the article "32 Hours" in the spring 2013 issue of Dartmouth Medicine. Or, find many more at the link below.
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