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Featured News - July 2019

From Science to Fiction—A Very Active Emeritus Professor’s Next Chapter

Emeritus Professor Miguel Marin-Padilla

Returning from a recent trip to his native Spain, Emeritus Professor Miguel Marin-Padilla made a surprising decision—after nearly 60 years in academic medicine, it was time to leave science behind. Read more…

Taressa Fraze, PhDStudy Reveals How ACOs Use Home Visits to Improve Care and Reduce Hospital Use
Findings from a study led by Taressa Fraze, PhD, a research scientist at The Dartmouth Institute, offer new details about how Accountable Care Organizations are using home visits to improve care management and identify patient needs. Read more...

William Torrey, MDGeisel Faculty Recognized for Their Work in Mental Health and Pediatrics
William C. Torrey, MD, has been named the 2019 Exemplary Psychiatrist by the National Alliance on Mental Health, and five members of The Center for Addiction Recovery in Pregnancy and Parenting received the Academic Pediatric Association's Health Care Delivery award.

Dartmouth’s 250th Anniversary 

Call to Serve

The Call to Serve
Join the Call to Serve! In celebration of Dartmouth College's 250th anniversary, we honor Dartmouth’s legacy of leadership in public service and goodwill through a far-reaching initiative to inspire acts of service throughout the world. Read more…

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