Dartmouth-Hitchcock’s research on COVID-19 treatments has directly benefited patients like Robert Trembley.
For scientists like Arti Gaur, PhD, entrepreneurship is essential to achieving their ultimate goal: dramatically improving patients’ lives.
Thanks to a $2M gift, Geisel has launched Healthy Students, Healthy Physicians, a new comprehensive program that prepares graduates to meet the stresses of their profession without sacrificing their own health.
A transformative gift supports pediatricians with the resources they need to immediately address the behavioral health issues they see in their patients.
Five Dartmouth College alumni and health care investors have committed a total of $1.4 million in gifts to launch the Dartmouth Innovations Accelerator for Cancer.
Again and again, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center is forced to send patients elsewhere for care, simply because there aren’t enough beds. This past summer, Dartmouth-Hitchcock took a major step in addressing this problem, breaking ground for a new Patient Pavilion.
These times are most often described as difficult, extraordinary, challenging, and unprecedented. But let’s be honest. The nine […]
With forecasts indicating that COVID-19 could claim 40 million lives and reduce global economic output by $12 trillion by the end of 2021, there is not a moment to lose.
A new $10 million gift commitment from a Dartmouth medical school alumnus is the third largest gift in the […]
For medical students, the challenges and opportunities of their chosen career path are greater than ever. Yet Geisel […]
When COVID-19 threatened to deplete supplies of PPE, the community responded.
An academic-industry collaboration has put a new, low-cost COVID-19 test on the fast track.
Within a month of its launch, the D-HH COVID-19 Community Relief Fund was benefiting people in need.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center was one of the first 20 sites worldwide participating in clinical trials of remdesivir.
Across America, rural residents struggle to access the same quality of health care available in many urban and […]
The mental health crisis in America doesn’t discriminate. It affects young and old, wealthy and poor, urban and […]
For MD students at the Geisel School of Medicine, community service is an integral part of their medical […]
After 30 years of marriage, Janet Miller Haines could tell when her husband, Richard, was troubled or in […]
Shuaibu “Sha” Ali ’21 and Kenny Williams ’21 share a passion for medicine and a vision of a […]
“You wouldn’t tell someone with diabetes to ‘snap out of it.’ Mental illness is a health problem, not a weakness.”