@DartmouthMedical is a quarterly headline news service that offers an inside look at the activities and accomplishments of the Dartmouth Medical community, including DMS faculty, students, and alumni.
Featured News - June 2009
Dr. Jim Yong Kim appointed 17th President of Dartmouth College
A dedicated educator and humanitarian who has provided visionary leadership in academia, public policy, and global health, Dr. Jim Yong Kim will become President of Dartmouth College on July 1, 2009. Read about Dr. Kim here. Watch a video of Dr. Kim speaking to the Dartmouth community about global health and his upcoming first year at Dartmouth.
Update from the Dean: Clear Priorities Guide DMS in Challenging Times
Dean William R. Green, PhD, writes to update alumni about actions Dartmouth Medical School is taking to ensure it's fiscal health in the current financial environment, while sustaining the strength of its core mission of teaching and research, and looking to the school's future.
$1 Million Gift to DMS Honors James and Susan Wright
As James Wright prepares to step down after 11 years as president of Dartmouth, the College has announced gifts totaling $15.5 million in honor of his service and that of his wife, Susan Debevoise Wright. Among these is a leadership gift of $1 million to Dartmouth Medical School, establishing a scholarship fund named for the Wrights.
Make Your Gift to the Fund for DMS Before June 30!
Your gift to the Fund for DMS is urgently needed before the June 30 close of our fiscal year. In the current economic climate, unrestricted support has never been more critical to sustaining the excellence of Dartmouth Medical School. Online gifts allow us to put your support to work immediately. Every gift makes a difference!
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DMS Alumni News
Dr. Francis G. Lu, DMS '74: Bridging East and West
Dr. Lee Bartholomew, DMS '48: A Gift of Gratitude
Alumni Council President's Message: Alumni Share Perspectives on DMS
Impressions from the Dartmouth College Alumni Council Spring Meeting
Explore the Dartmouth College Library for Alumni
Read the Spring 2009 Alumni News & Notes Online
Student Profile: Kristen Yurkerwich Telischak '09
The Envelope, Please: DMS Seniors Match
May a Student Call You? Sign Up for the DMS Specialty Network
The New Yorker: The Cost Conundrum: What a Texas Town Can Teach Us About Health Care
New York Times: Dartmouth Atlas Shapes Health Care Debate
CBS News: Uninformed Consent Costly for Patients?
P.J. O'Rourke: The Sickness Unto Health
New Role for an Old Poison: Common Arsenic Exposure Levels Inhibit H1N1 Flu-fighting Ability
New Findings from SPORT: Surgery Improves Outcomes for those with Degenerative Spondylolisthesis
Gene Targeting Discovery in Model Parasite Opens Door for Vaccines and Drugs
Losing a Newborn Sibling Can Have Life-long Impact
Transforming Medicine Campaign Reaches $233 Million
DMS Geneticist Dr. Jay Dunlap Tapped for National Academy of Sciences
Dr. Joyce DeLeo Recognized for Pain Scholarship
DMS Student Elissa Furutani Named HHMI-NIH Research Scholar
June Reunion Gatherings for Dartmouth College/DMS Grads
Save the Date! DMS Fall Reunions: October 2-4, 2009
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