Geisel School of Medicine
Geisel’s chapter of Medicine in Motion is passionate about wellness and the intersection of mental and physical health. We are excited to have the opportunity to support a variety of charities and team up with students from many different medical professions.
Check out our Dartmouth Chapter Olympiad in the Events section below and sign up here!
Dartmouth College & Geisel School of Medicine Triathlon Teams (Geisel School of Medicine)
After founding and captaining Dartmouth’s undergraduate triathlon team during their time there, Abiah, Nina, and Kelly (left to right) have for gone on to run Geisel’s triathlon team throughout their medical studies. Their passion for the sport inspires us all!
Dartmouth Chapter Olympiad (Geisel School of Medicine)
Geisel School of Medicine is getting a HEAD START on the Medicine in Motion Olympiad to take advantage of students being on campus. We will be running, biking, and sweating November 14-15 to raise money for the MOVE campaign.
Check out the events (workout/run/bike) at the main Olympiad page. Choose one or more of the events, record your time and submit it below to see how you stack up against your peers. SEE YOU ON THE FIELD CONTENDERS.
If you do not have a Google account, email your results to firstname.lastname@example.org. Make sure to include a screenshot of your recorded time, your name, age, sex, institution, and race completed.
Maggie Sherin is a Dartmouth ’18 who studied Biology and Women’s, Gender, & Sexuality Studies. At Dartmouth, she played on the Varsity Field Hockey team, and has since stayed active through running, biking, skiing, yoga, and boxing. She loves working with others to connect mental health to physical health, which she’s done through working as a pediatric research assistant on a pediatric obesity prevention grant, and as a volunteer coach for Girls on the Run for nearly a decade. She joined Med in Motion to connect this passion with the fight against social injustices, and believes in the group’s mission to build community and fight med school burnout through shared activities.
Oluchukwu “Oluchi” Okonkwo is a University of Pennsylvania ‘17 grad. For her, exercising has been a means for managing stress and an amazing outlet for helping others. Oluchi has been a body positivity coach for the past 4 years, helping people understand their bodies and habits, set health and fitness goals, and strive consistently toward those goals. Oluchi is excited to connect her classmates with Med in Motion and help them find ways to avoid burnout. She enjoys challenging herself with HIIT workouts, biking, running, boxing and is looking forward to learning to ski and snowboard while at Dartmouth.
Stephanie Eble graduated from Harvard in 2019 with a degree with Molecular and Cellular Biology and a minor in Global Health & Health Policy. At Harvard, she was a member and captain of the women’s heavyweight rowing team. She has since enjoyed staying active and is excited to be a part of the Medicine in Motion community to promote wellness through physical activity.