We offer several professional education opportunities for health care professionals, including:
Dartmouth Cancer Scholars (DCS)
Dartmouth Cancer Scholars is a selective program for undergraduate students from Dartmouth with demonstrated experience in cancer research or clinical oncology.
Graduate Medical Education (GME)
Graduate Medical Education puts you in the midst of one of the top academic medical centers in the country, a health care system recognized nationally for its leadership and for the quality of its patient care. With more than 30 ACGME-accredited residency and fellowship programs, we offer a full range of graduate medical training in a region that leads the nation in providing quality health care.
Grand Rounds Lectures
Grand Rounds Lectures are held regularly for health care professionals and focus on citing new research, care observations and best practices and many other topics.
The MD-PhD Program at Dartmouth
The MD-PhD Program at Dartmouth trains physician-scientists, who are professionals with extensive training in both medicine and biomedical research. MD-PhDs are vital members of the research community and are uniquely positioned to advance basic and clinical research.
Post-doctoral training in the basic sciences
These training programs for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows allow students are able to participate in cancer research in the basic, clinical, or prevention sciences, guided by experienced scientists.
- Cancer Biology Graduate Program at Dartmouth
- Program for Oncology Workforce Education and Research Experience at Dartmouth
- Molecular and Cellular Biology Research Program
- Training Program for Quantitative Biomedical Sciences
- Training Program in Immunology
- Training Program in Translational Engineering in Cancer
- Translational Oncology Program for Scholars
Writing grants and manuscripts
Writing NIH grants and biomedical manuscripts remains a major challenge for many researchers and clinicians world-wide, and many reputations and careers rest on the ability of scientists to communicate clearly and forcefully.
See resources written by Christopher Dant, PhD, at Dartmouth Cancer Center and the Department of Immunology/Microbiology at Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth for tips on NIH Grant Writing and creating Peer-Reviewed Biomedical Manuscripts.