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Bashford featured on UNC-TV's 'First in Future'
Robert Bashford, MD, Associate Dean for Rural Initiatives, was recently featured on UNC-TV's 'First in Future.' In the interview, Bashford discusses the ongoing work of recruiting physicians to serve in rural North Carolina.
Located in Vital Signs / 2018 / June 1
Lyerly featured on WUNC's The State of Things
Earlier this week, Anne Lyerly, MD, published an opinion piece in JAMA Pediatrics that urges scientists to use lessons learned during the Rubella outbreak as they work to develop a vaccine for the Zika virus, specifically as it relates to the ethics of including pregnant women in vaccine trials. She appeared on WUNC's "The State of Things" to discuss the work.
Located in Vital Signs / 2017 / June 29
Erickson featured as The News & Observer's "Tar Heel of the Week"
Karen Erickson, PhD, director of the Department of Allied Health Sciences' Center for Literacy and Disability Studies, was named "Tar Heel of the Week" in late December.
Located in Vital Signs / 2018 / Jan. 4
Choosing the right sunscreen and bug spray for children
UNC Children's Dr. Craig Burkhart, a pediatric dermatologist, talks with ABC11-WTVD about the best ways to safely and effectively protect your family from sunburn and insect bites in the final weeks of summer.
Located in UNC Children's News / News
Dr. Bryan Roth featured as science expert on opioid and addiction podcast
Bryan L. Roth, MD, PhD, the Michael Hooker Distinguished Professor of Pharmacology, was featured on the Naked Scientists Podcast for his work on developing pain medications without the most severe side effects.
Located in News / 2018 / July
Egan publishes commentary about recent change in donor lung allocation policy
Thomas Egan, MD, says that the change in policy was long overdue. However, because the change happened over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend in response to litigation, it came as a “tsunami” that was “sudden, unexpected, and may have huge consequences.”
Located in News / 2018 / January
Hingtgen and Ewend featured on WRAL and Radio in Vivo
Shawn Hingtgen, professor of molecular pharmaceutics, and Matt Ewend, professor and chair of neurosurgery, were recently featured on WRAL and Radio in Vivo in a story discussing how skin cells can be turned into cancer-killing stem cells that hunt down and destroy the deadly remnants left behind when a brain tumor is surgically removed.
Located in Vital Signs / 2016 / April 7
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