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When you give to Dartmouth-Hitchcock and the Geisel School of Medicine, you are supporting research, education, and lifesaving care.

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Transformative gift establishes new research institute

The Byrne Family Cancer Research Institute at Norris Cotton Cancer Center will fast-track science from the lab into new cancer preventions and cures, survivorship enhancements, and ways to achieve cancer health equity.

Immunology Program Director and Professor of Microbiology and Immunology Charles Sentman, PhD in a teaching moment with Tiffany Coupet, PhD (Guarini ’20) pre-COVID protocols.

Video: Improving the lives of millions

Scientific discoveries made at Geisel led to the first successful cancer immunotherapies, helped transform care for people with cystic fibrosis, and, more recently, laid the foundation for the first COVID-19 vaccine. Today, Geisel faculty and students are pushing even further.

A young woman examines the contents of a test tube rack in a laboratory

I think the very early intervention was instrumental in turning things around for me when I had COVID-19. Being close to an academic medical center with the option of a clinical trial made a difference in my survival.”

Robert Trembley, MD
Robert Trembley, MD, sits on a bench outside Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.

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