Training in Microbiology & Molecular Pathogenesis spans six departments and encompasses two graduate programs.
Microbiology and Immunology website
The Microbiology and Immunology Department is one of six basic science teaching and research departments at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth (GSMD) and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (DHMC).
Two nationally and internationally recognized interdepartmental research programs, the GSMD Immunology Program and the Molecular Pathogenesis Program, are largely comprised of M/I faculty.
All Microbiology and Immunology faculty members participate in either the Molecular Pathogenesis or the GSMD Immunology Program and many participate in both. Graduate students and faculty are also affiliated with the Microbiology Graduate Program, which is part of the interdepartmental Molecular and Cellular Biology [MCB] graduate program.
The Biochemistry Department is one of fourteen departments of the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth. The Department has a Graduate Program and grants Ph.D. degrees through the School of Arts & Sciences of Dartmouth College. Biochemistry faculties are involved in teaching medical students and graduate students.
The Department strives for excellence in research and in education. There are more than 20 postdoctoral research associates/visiting scientists, more than 30 graduate students working toward their doctorate. Dartmouth College undergraduates actively participate in research in our labs, as they do in all research labs at Dartmouth. Please visit the graduate and postdoctoral program links for specific information about opportunities to study and work in the Biochemistry.
The faculty and staff of the Department of Biological Sciences are committed to providing educational and research experiences of the highest quality for undergraduate and graduate students as a means of developing a deeper understanding of biology at the levels of molecules, cells, organisms and the environment.
Physiology and Neurobiology website
We offer a Graduate Program in Molecular, Cellular and Systems Physiology leading to the Ph.D. degree. Students have access to a wide range of courses and research opportunities, culminating in a major research project that is presented in a doctoral thesis and defended before a faculty committee.
The goal of the program is "to prepare graduates of the program for careers as independent scientists in biomedical research."
The Department of Medicine at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center is committed to strive for excellence at all levels of its mission, including patient care, medical student and resident education, graduate student postdoctoral and fellowship training, service, and scholarly work. We have a long history of faculty members who are master clinicians, dedicated educators, and clinical investigators. We have a rich tradition of excellent interns and residents, and superb chief residents. In recent years we have also developed strengths in basic and translational research and have strengthened our collaborative interactions with colleagues in other Departments at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center and throughout the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, Dartmouth College, and the White River Junction VA Medical Center.
Department of Chemistry website
Dartmouth's chemistry department combines the personalized instruction and mentoring of a small college with the expertise of a research university. We teach core courses elected by many Dartmouth undergraduates, as well as an array of specialized advanced classes and research seminars. Undergraduate majors enjoy a selection of independent research opportunities. Our students go on to careers in chemistry, medicine, law, business, and more. We welcome prospective undergraduate majors and graduate students (Ph.D. candidates), as well as students just passing through to take classes in chemistry, the central science.