Research News

Associate Professor Donna Coch’s research contradicts the theory of the fourth-grade reading shift.
Geisel School of Medicine researchers say a feline parasite could become a cancer-fighting vaccine.
A Dartmouth pilot study aims to help smokers with vascular disease quit smoking.
The prototype wearable device uses electrodes around the wrist to identify the person wearing it.
Geisel’s Margaret Karagas says research shows a link between indoor tanning and early skin cancer.
Dartmouth’s Jason Houle and a colleague study the effect of student debt on homeownership.
Professor Bruce Sacerdote points to studies that show grouping students by ability works well.
Professor Michael Herron's interest in ballot rules began with 2000 Florida recount.
Geisel’s Christopher Amos says a version of the BRCA2 gene is linked to increased risk of lung cancer.
Her discovery of the contamination “shocked and saddened” her, says Thayer’s Rachel Obbard.