Geisel’s Leslie Henderson looks at the controversies surrounding natural and unnatural hormones.
A Dartmouth study finds that children with TVs in their bedrooms gain about one extra pound per year.
March 2 marks the birthday of Theodor Geisel, Class of 1925—aka Dr. Seuss.
The director is retiring after holding the post since the center opened its doors to veterans in 1989.
Geisel Professor Mark Spaller and his student lab group investigate promising new antibodies.
Dartmouth’s H. Gilbert Welch deconstructs criticism of a breast cancer screening study.
Hogarty brings more than two decades of executive experience to her new role at Dartmouth.
The Geisel School’s Tim Lahey discusses the ethics of video monitoring hospital patients and staff.
Participants appreciated insider information from an industry recruiter, says an organizer.
Dartmouth’s H. Gilbert Welch and Lisa Schwartz weigh in on a new mammography study.