Lupien Lab researchers, from left, are Elizabeth Ballantyne, Mathieu Lupien, Ph.D., Luca Magnani, Ph.D., and Xiaoyang Zhang. (Courtesy Dartmouth-Hitchcock)
Dartmouth’s motto, Vox clamantis in deserto (a voice crying out in the wilderness) “epitomizes” President Jim Yong Kim, writes Forbes reporter Kai Falkenberg, Class of 1995.
As 21st-century scientists probe the depths of the human genome and explore other facets of our biological universe, the amount of data gathered threatens to overwhelm our ability to make use of the fruits of all this research.
POX: Save the People, the successful board game released last March by Dartmouth’s Tiltfactor Laboratory
This time of year, bats are generally used as inspiration for Halloween decor. But at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, they are also the inspiration for a drug trial.
Global health is a major rallying cry for both students and faculty at Dartmouth but in practice ethical dilemmas arise with outreach and research in far away places.
President Jim Yong Kim was the guest of journalist Charlie Rose in an interview broadcast on PBS on October 5, 2011.
Men routinely get screened for prostate cancer with the P.S.A. blood test, but should they?