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Faculty Notes | Fall 2020

Faculty Notes | Fall 2020

Highlights of recent faculty achievements.

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Research Notes | Fall 2020

Research Notes | Fall 2020

Various research notes, studies, and findings from multiple departments across Geisel.

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Giving Highlights

Giving Highlights

Contributions and gifts from alumni, donors, and others.

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Health and Humanities Scholar and accomplished violist Saif Ansari ’23.

Geisel Launches New Health and Humanities Scholars Program

A new program to study the moral, social, and humanistic aspects of medicine.

Art of Medicine

Capturing Light

Capturing Light

Photos tell our story and show others the world around us.

Med Student Profiles

Yasmin Kamal, PhD. Photo by Kurt Wehde

Yasmin Kamal MD-PhD ’22

Geisel MD-PhD student looks to improve lives through sharing knowledge and making healthcare more accessible.

Faculty Profiles

Scott Gerber, PhD. Photo by Kurt Wehde

Scott Gerber, PhD

A passion for training the next generation of scientists.

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Shaping a Class Virtually

Shaping a Class Virtually

Conveying Geisel’s culture is a key to its success.

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Mark Pippy (foreground), Michelle Buck, and Kevin Curtis work with a remote bedside team to monitor a patient's vital signs in DHMC's Connected Care Center for Telehealth. Photo by Mark Washburn

Silver Linings

How COVID-19 brought out innovations in telehealth across Geisel and Dartmouth-Hitchcock.

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Roshini Pinto-Powell, MD, works with second-year students in a small group On Doctoring session in Chilcott Auditorium. Photo by Kurt Wehde

Ingenuity in Teaching Medicine

A glimpse into preclinical medical education amid a public health pandemic.

Alumni Profiles

Dale Chappell, MED ’99, MBA. Photo by Haley Hay Photography

Dale Chappell MED ’99, MBA

Investing in treatments and improving patients’ lives.

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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.