Post Tagged with: "Spring 2021"

Med Student Profiles

Renisa Ramnath '22. Photo by Kurt Wehde

Looking Beyond Your Neighborhood

Volunteering for a mobile clinic serving migrant workers in New England changed third-year medical student Renisa Ramnath’s perspective of medical care.

Giving, Headlines

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.

Art of Medicine

Comics Aren’t Just for Kids

Comics Aren’t Just for Kids

Lara Ronan, MD, shares insight into her creative process and journey as an artist of cartoons, paintings, and watercolors including a video of Lara highlighting some of her recent work from her Vermont studio.

Alumni Profiles

Adam Kassam MED ’14, MPH. Photo by ____

A Young Leader Makes Diversity a Top Priority

Adam Kassam MED ’14, MPH, doesn’t shy away from going first. In June, at the age of 34, he will become the youngest person and the first physiatrist to serve as president of the Ontario Medical Association.

Headlines

Health Leaders Circle Welcomes Inaugural Members

Health Leaders Circle Welcomes Inaugural Members

Donors are stepping up to join the Health Leaders Circle, a new initiative to support annual funds and critical areas of need at the Geisel School of Medicine and Dartmouth-Hitchcock.

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Matias J. Vega MED ’78 Receives Martin Luther King Jr. Social Justice Award in Lifetime Achievement

Matias J. Vega MED ’78 Receives Martin Luther King Jr. Social Justice Award in Lifetime Achievement

Matias J. Vega MED ’78 has been recognized with a Martin Luther King Jr. Social Justice Award in Lifetime Achievement from Dartmouth College.

Dean's Letter

A Letter from the Dean | Spring 2021

A Letter from the Dean | Spring 2021

In this issue of Dartmouth Medicine, you will read about how our our faculty, students, staff and alumni are working to eliminate persistent inequities in healthcare and eradicating systemic discrimination and ensuring that future physicians, professionals and scientists are best prepared to serve communities with diverse populations.

Features

Marnie Halpern, PhD in the Vail zebrafish research facility. Photo by Kurt Wehde

Transparent Zebrafish Offer New Genetic Insights

Visits to Dartmouth’s new zebrafish research facilities show why the species has become one of the most popular models in medical research.

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Research Notes | Spring 2021

Research Notes | Spring 2021

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

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Faculty Notes | Spring 2021

Faculty Notes | Spring 2021

Highlights of recent faculty achievements and passings.

Faculty Profiles

A Sense of Community

A Sense of Community

Throughout his journey from Zimbabwe to Dartmouth, Rodwell Mabaera, Guarini ’08, MED ’10, has been guided by a strong sense of community.

Features

A Closer Look

A Closer Look

Geisel’s commitment to eliminating structural racism and healthcare inequities becomes part of the school’s curriculum.