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Kibbe featured as part of WRAL's Celebrating Women Series
Melina Kibbe, MD, chair of the department of surgery, was featured by WRAL TV where she spoke about the chance encounters that shaped her career and her role in leading the national fight against sex bias in drug development.
Located in News / 2018 / April
Kibbe joins fellow JAMA editors in publication of commentary on gun violence
This week, editors-in-chief of journals in the JAMA network published an editorial, "Death By Gun Violence: A Public Health Crisis." Melina Kibbe, MD, Chair of the Department of Surgery and Editor-in-Chief of JAMA Surgery, is one of the co-authors.
Located in Vital Signs / 2017 / Oct. 12
Melina Kibbe, MD, Zach D. Owens Distinguished Professor and Chair of the Department of Surgery, and Seema Garg, MD, PhD, associate professor in the Department of Ophthalmology, were both featured in the most recent issue of Chapel Hill Magazine. Kibbe and Garg were featured along with other local leaders in the magazine's annual Women's Issue, which celebrates "women making an impact on our community every day."
Located in Vital Signs / 2017 / April 20
Located in Vital Signs / 2018 / July 19
Klinger's work with Sesame Street featured on WRAL
Laura Klinger, PhD, director of the UNC TEACCH Autism Program and associate professor of psychiatry in the UNC School of Medicine, collaborated with Sesame Street on the creation of Julia, a new character on the show who is depicted as having autism.
Located in Vital Signs / 2017 / May 11
Laura Klinger, director of TEACCH Autism Program, featured on podcast
In the run-up to World Autism Day on Monday, April 2, the moms who run the Spawned podcast interviewed Laura Klinger, PhD, about various issues related to autism, including the latest research developments.
Located in News / 2018 / March
Located in Vital Signs / 2018 / Aug. 2
Lennox Pierce reunites with his father
Clinton Pierce, a Cherry Point Marine, returned home from a six-month deployment and saw his son Lennox, a patient at UNC Children's, walk for the first time with the use of prosthetics.
Located in Employee News Online / 2015 / Feb. 12
Liam Canard receives his wish: a backyard batting cage
Fourteen-year-old star baseball player Liam Canard, of Raleigh, has been playing baseball throughout his battle with Hodgkin's lymphoma. Yesterday, thanks to Make-A-Wish of Eastern North Carolina, Liam received a gift that will help him hone his hitting while also taking his mind off his journey with cancer, and local media was there to cover it. View and read our wrap-up of media coverage, which includes Liam, his family, and pediatric hematologist-oncologist Dr. Patrick Thompson.
Located in Employee News Online / 2015 / Sept. 3
Located in Vital Signs / 2018 / Aug. 16