Research Centers

Research Centers

Dartmouth Lung Biology Center

The Dartmouth Lung Biology Center aims to gain a better understanding of lung diseases resulting from genetic mutations, infection, and environmental exposure, and to study new therapeutics for the treatment of lung disease. The Dartmouth Lung Biology Center is grounded in basic research and embraces a translational approach to promote bidirectional bench-to-bedside research.

Institute for Biomolecular Targeting

The Institute for Biomolecular Target (bioMT) is an NIH-funded Center of Biomedical Research Excellence that supports research projects, pilot projects, and core facilities in biochemistry and cell biology across Geisel, Thayer, and Arts & Sciences departments. Our goal is to couple fundamental and translational approaches, creating an interdisciplinary center that supports research at the frontiers of health and disease.

Norris Cotton Cancer Center (NCCC)

The Norris Cotton Cancer Center is a National Cancer Institute designated comprehensive cancer center that fosters collaborative, interdisciplinary research into the biology, causes, prevention, and treatment of cancer. Throughout its history, Norris Cotton Cancer Center scientists have made significant contributions to knowledge in these areas. The scientific investigations are organized into six Research Programs: Cancer Control, Cancer Epidemiology, Cancer Imaging and Radiobiology, Cancer Mechanisms, Immunology and Cancer Immunotherapy, and Molecular Therapeutics.