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Professor Ryan Halter and his team have made it easier for residents to master anastomosis technique during robot-assisted laparoscopic prostatectomy.

3D-Printed Organs Help Surgeons-in-Training

January 2017

Professor Ryan Halter and his team have made it easier for residents to master techniques involved in robot-assisted laparoscopic prostatectomy.

In September, selected as one of the six support faculty, Jane Hill began overseeing one of the new

Professor Hill Settles Into Her New "Allen House" Home

December 2016

In September, selected as one of six support faculty, Jane Hill began overseeing one of the new "House communities" at Dartmouth.

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The inventions of Professor Rick Greenwald Th’88 have prevented injuries on the slopes, the trail, and the football field and are used in rehab centers all over the country.

"I've always been a builder" —Rick Greenwald, National Academy of Inventors Fellow

, February 2017

The inventions of Professor Rick Greenwald Th’88 prevent injuries on the slopes, the trail, and the football field and are used in rehab centers all over the country.

"My entire work life is an extension of the concepts learned in Engines 21"

, July 2016

Andrew Silvernail D’94, government major, CEO of IDEX and new Thayer Board Member, explains how teamwork at Thayer had a major impact on his career.

The MEMPC PriSim Business War Games Competition pitted seven teams from the nation's best MEM programs, including Dartmouth's, against each other.

Teams from Top MEM Schools Gain Real-World Lessons in "Business War Games"

MEM Program, April 2016

The MEMPC PriSim Business War Games Competition pitted seven teams from the nation's best MEM programs, including Dartmouth's, against each other.

A Dartmouth team has developed a GPS-type approach for supine image-guided breast conserving surgery to more accurately identify and remove cancer tissue.

Making Breast-Conserving Surgery Safer and Better

PhD Program, March 2016

A Dartmouth team has developed a GPS-type approach for supine image-guided breast conserving surgery to more accurately identify and remove cancer tissue.

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