Geisel School of Medicine Campaign

Causes Geisel School of Medicine Campaign

Campaign for a healthy, resilient, equitable future

A gift to the Geisel campaign enables students and faculty to create a healthy, resilient, equitable world. Join us as we improve lives through education, discovery, innovation, and service.

A young man and a young woman, Geisel medical students, walk outside in their white coats.

Explore the Geisel campaign

Learn more about the themes guiding our $207-million fundraising campaign, part of Dartmouth’s Call to Lead campaign. Hear from students and faculty in multiple videos, and discover how Geisel is improving lives worldwide.

Transforming Medical Education at Dartmouth

Established through a visionary gift, Dartmouth Health Care Foundations introduces undergraduates to the fundamental connections between the humanities and medicine--putting the heart back in healthcare.

Four years after participating in the inaugural session of Dartmouth Health Care Foundations (DHCF), Jaclyn Engel (center) was welcomed into the Geisel School of Medicine Class of ’26. DHCF co-leaders Manish Mishra MED’05, MPH’09 (left) and Elizabeth Carpenter-Song, PhD, D’01 (right) attended Engel’s White Coat Ceremony.

$1 Million for Research

The gift to a team of investigators at Dartmouth’s Geisel School of Medicine will provide essential funding to develop new and more effective therapies for people with Cystic Fibrosis (CF)—an inherited disorder that causes severe damage to the lungs, digestive system, and other organs in the body.

Left to right, Bruce Stanton, PhD, and Dean Madden, PhD. Photo by Rob Strong
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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 in a Geisel School of Medicine t-shirt examines the contents of a test tube rack in a laboratory.