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  • Dartmouth Medicine Magazine :: Home
    scientists at the Geisel School of Medicine follow their curiosity wherever it leads Looking Back and Moving Forward Geisel Board of Overseers member Dr Bonnie Henderson D 89 Med 93 asks Dean Wiley Chip Souba about his first two years at Dartmouth and his vision for the Medical School Celebrating Generosity and Possibility In May students faculty staff and alumni honored Audrey and Theodor Geisel for their support of the Medical School Partners in Hope By Amos Esty In the 1980s an unusual agreement between the State of New Hampshire and the Medical School s Department of Psychiatry helped revolutionize the trea tment of ment al illness Giving Profiles Alumni Album Art of Medicine Back to Basics Table of Contents From stem cells to yeast to neurons basic scientists at the Geisel School of Medicine follow their curiosity wherever it leads Read more I have learned how to think more like a scientist Read more Highlights in this issue Back to Basics From stem cells to yeast to neurons basic scientists at the Geisel School of Medicine follow their curiosity wherever it leads Read more A Day of Ceremony The Dartmouth community gathered to mark the naming of the Medical School for Audrey and Theodor Geisel Read more Looking Back and Moving Forward Alumna Bonnie Henderson M D D 89 Med 93 asks Dean Souba about his first two years at the Medical School Read more Partners in Hope In the 1980s an agreement between the State of New Hampshire and the Department of Psychiatry helped revolutionize the treatment of mental illness Read more All articles in this issue Web Extras What s in a name In April 2012 Dartmouth announced that the Medical School would be named in honor of Audrey and Theodor Geisel Soon thereafter the Dartmouth community

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  • Dartmouth Medicine Magazine :: Fall 2012
    of Overseers member Dr Bonnie Henderson D 89 Med 93 asks Dean Wiley Chip Souba about his first two years at Dartmouth and his vision for the Medical School Celebrating Generosity and Possibility In May students faculty staff and alumni honored Audrey and Theodor Geisel for their support of the Medical School Partners in Hope By Amos Esty In the 1980s an unusual agreement between the State of New Hampshire and the Medical School s Department of Psychiatry helped revolutionize the trea tment of ment al illness Giving Profiles Alumni Album Art of Medicine PDF Version Table of Contents The magazine of the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth Vol 37 No 1 Fall 2012 FEATURES Back to Basics From stem cells to yeast to neurons basic scientists at the Geisel School of Medicine follow their curiosity wherever it leads Looking Back and Moving Forward Geisel Board of Overseers member Dr Bonnie Henderson D 89 Med 93 asks Dean Wiley Chip Souba about his first two years at Dartmouth and his vision for the Medical School Celebrating Generosity and Possibility In May students faculty staff and alumni honored Audrey and Theodor Geisel for their support of the Medical School Partners in Hope By Amos Esty In the 1980s an unusual agreement between the State of New Hampshire and the Medical School s Department of Psychiatry helped revolutionize the trea tment of ment al illness COVER JPG Version PDF Version Clinical advances begin with basic research See the article Back to Basics for more on a few of the contributions made by Geisel scientists STAFF CONTRIBUTORS Staff Contributors DEPARTMENTS Discoveries A smoking gun in adolescent health Improving the odds for children with HIV Effective but not for every patient A team effort Rooting out a prion s sidekick Vital Signs Service

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  • Dartmouth Medicine Magazine :: Past Issues
    the Dean Grand Rounds Features Back to Basics From stem cells to yeast to neurons basic scientists at the Geisel School of Medicine follow their curiosity wherever it leads Looking Back and Moving Forward Geisel Board of Overseers member Dr Bonnie Henderson D 89 Med 93 asks Dean Wiley Chip Souba about his first two years at Dartmouth and his vision for the Medical School Celebrating Generosity and Possibility In May students faculty staff and alumni honored Audrey and Theodor Geisel for their support of the Medical School Partners in Hope By Amos Esty In the 1980s an unusual agreement between the State of New Hampshire and the Medical School s Department of Psychiatry helped revolutionize the trea tment of ment al illness Giving Profiles Alumni Album Art of Medicine Past Issues Please note Older issues of the magazine are displayed in less advanced HTML formats Please excuse the different appearance and navigation Also not all the past issues listed here are online yet issues below not displayed with the date as a live link will be posted as time permits Spring 2012 Winter 2011 Fall 2011 Summer 2011 Spring 2011 Winter 2010 Fall 2010 Summer 2010 Spring 2010 Winter

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  • Dartmouth Medicine Magazine :: About Us
    Media Mentions Geisel in the news Investigator Insight Essays A Letter from the Dean Grand Rounds Features Back to Basics From stem cells to yeast to neurons basic scientists at the Geisel School of Medicine follow their curiosity wherever it leads Looking Back and Moving Forward Geisel Board of Overseers member Dr Bonnie Henderson D 89 Med 93 asks Dean Wiley Chip Souba about his first two years at Dartmouth and his vision for the Medical School Celebrating Generosity and Possibility In May students faculty staff and alumni honored Audrey and Theodor Geisel for their support of the Medical School Partners in Hope By Amos Esty In the 1980s an unusual agreement between the State of New Hampshire and the Medical School s Department of Psychiatry helped revolutionize the trea tment of ment al illness Giving Profiles Alumni Album Art of Medicine About Us Dartmouth Medicine seeks to convey the breadth and depth of the education research and patient care and service activities of the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth The magazine provides a place for members of the Geisel community to share their experiences and to learn about the experiences of others and it hopes to inspire reflections

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  • Dartmouth Medicine Magazine :: Contact Us
    lives Rothstein named chair of medicine Worthy of Note Honors awards appointments etc Small steps big strides Geisel honors 16 faculty members Meeting the needs of students and communities Bringing care back home Clinical Observation Media Mentions Geisel in the news Investigator Insight Essays A Letter from the Dean Grand Rounds Features Back to Basics From stem cells to yeast to neurons basic scientists at the Geisel School of Medicine follow their curiosity wherever it leads Looking Back and Moving Forward Geisel Board of Overseers member Dr Bonnie Henderson D 89 Med 93 asks Dean Wiley Chip Souba about his first two years at Dartmouth and his vision for the Medical School Celebrating Generosity and Possibility In May students faculty staff and alumni honored Audrey and Theodor Geisel for their support of the Medical School Partners in Hope By Amos Esty In the 1980s an unusual agreement between the State of New Hampshire and the Medical School s Department of Psychiatry helped revolutionize the trea tment of ment al illness Giving Profiles Alumni Album Art of Medicine Contact Us Staff Amos Esty Editor Dartmouth Medicine Amos Esty Dartmouth edu Matthew C Wiencke Staff Editor Associate Editor Dartmouth Medicine Matthew C

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  • Dartmouth Medicine Magazine :: Web Extras for Fall 2012
    lives Rothstein named chair of medicine Worthy of Note Honors awards appointments etc Small steps big strides Geisel honors 16 faculty members Meeting the needs of students and communities Bringing care back home Clinical Observation Media Mentions Geisel in the news Investigator Insight Essays A Letter from the Dean Grand Rounds Features Back to Basics From stem cells to yeast to neurons basic scientists at the Geisel School of Medicine follow their curiosity wherever it leads Looking Back and Moving Forward Geisel Board of Overseers member Dr Bonnie Henderson D 89 Med 93 asks Dean Wiley Chip Souba about his first two years at Dartmouth and his vision for the Medical School Celebrating Generosity and Possibility In May students faculty staff and alumni honored Audrey and Theodor Geisel for their support of the Medical School Partners in Hope By Amos Esty In the 1980s an unusual agreement between the State of New Hampshire and the Medical School s Department of Psychiatry helped revolutionize the trea tment of ment al illness Giving Profiles Alumni Album Art of Medicine Web Extras Web Extras for Fall 2012 What s in a name Recognizing expert educators Changing the model If you d like to

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  • Dartmouth Medicine Magazine :: What's in a name
    A Letter from the Dean Grand Rounds Features Back to Basics From stem cells to yeast to neurons basic scientists at the Geisel School of Medicine follow their curiosity wherever it leads Looking Back and Moving Forward Geisel Board of Overseers member Dr Bonnie Henderson D 89 Med 93 asks Dean Wiley Chip Souba about his first two years at Dartmouth and his vision for the Medical School Celebrating Generosity and Possibility In May students faculty staff and alumni honored Audrey and Theodor Geisel for their support of the Medical School Partners in Hope By Amos Esty In the 1980s an unusual agreement between the State of New Hampshire and the Medical School s Department of Psychiatry helped revolutionize the trea tment of ment al illness Giving Profiles Alumni Album Art of Medicine Send to a friend Web Extras What s in a name I n April 2012 Dartmouth announced that the Medical School would be named in honor of Audrey and Theodor Geisel Soon thereafter the Dartmouth community officially celebrated the naming Read more about the occasion in the article Celebrating Generosity and Possibility from the Fall 2012 issue of Dartmouth Medicine or watch the video below in which

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  • Dartmouth Medicine Magazine :: Recognizing expert educators
    Mentions Geisel in the news Investigator Insight Essays A Letter from the Dean Grand Rounds Features Back to Basics From stem cells to yeast to neurons basic scientists at the Geisel School of Medicine follow their curiosity wherever it leads Looking Back and Moving Forward Geisel Board of Overseers member Dr Bonnie Henderson D 89 Med 93 asks Dean Wiley Chip Souba about his first two years at Dartmouth and his vision for the Medical School Celebrating Generosity and Possibility In May students faculty staff and alumni honored Audrey and Theodor Geisel for their support of the Medical School Partners in Hope By Amos Esty In the 1980s an unusual agreement between the State of New Hampshire and the Medical School s Department of Psychiatry helped revolutionize the trea tment of ment al illness Giving Profiles Alumni Album Art of Medicine Send to a friend Web Extras The inaugural class of the Academy of Faculty Master Educators Photo by Rob Bossi Recognizing expert educators T he Medical School has named 16 faculty members to the inaugural class of the Academy of Faculty Master Educators recognizing the exceptional teaching and mentorship of these individuals At the ceremony honoring them shown in

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