Academic Support Hub
The Dartmouth-Hitchcock Academic Support Hub (ASH), sponsored by the Department of Community and Family Medicine, is designed to foster new clinician researchers, focusing on nursing, broadly defined primary care, and allied health. Our expertise is in developing, testing, and implementing innovative and effective approaches to health care research. We foster a community of early career clinician researchers. We also promote the study of implementation science across Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health.
- Our staff
- Timothy Hesselton
- Peter Dimilia, MPH
What we provide
- Career mentoring
- Project design and support
- Targeted seminars and workshops
ASH guides early career clinician researchers to ensure they are on the right path toward achieving their goals. Ongoing, short-term, and ad-hoc opportunites include:
- Linking to resources, people, projects, and funding opportunities
- One-on-one career mentoring
- Project mentoring and guidance
For more information, contact us at Academic.Support@hitchcock.org.