The program aims to address the fundamental gaps in knowledge surrounding epigenetic regulation, with a long-term goal of developing novel therapeutic approaches towards treating human disease.
Dr. Harold Pillsbury performed the surgery to implant a newly FDA-approved device that enables wearers to have MRI scans when needed. This was not possible with earlier cochlear implant models.
A new study in PLoS Pathogens shows that HIV can infect the brain early on and should be combated as soon as possible with antiretroviral therapy to limit risk of dementia
UNC Health Care is ranked No. 50 on a new Forbes magazine list: America's Best Employers 2015.
Four UNC School of Medicine students detail the different paths that led them to Match Day.
Effective April 6, Beat Steiner, MD, MPH will assume the role of Assistant Dean for Clinical Education.
Find out what's happening at UNC Family Medicine with their March edition of The Intercom.
Two new faculty members have joined the UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center to help launch groundbreaking immunotherapy clinical trials that will test an experimental treatment in which patients’ own immune cells are genetically engineered to fight their cancer.
Second-year medical student Blessing Aghaulor was one of 10 recipients of UNC's University Diversity Award.
This weekend on YOUR HEALTH® Adam & guest co-host Bob Gwyther, MD, will be talking with Amy Denham, MD, MPH, associate professor, UNC Department of Family Medicine. The theme of the conversation will be All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly.
Carmen Samuel-Hodge, PhD, research assistant professor, Department of Nutrition, Gillings School of Public Health and UNC School of Medicine, was the faculty recipient of this year's University Award for the Advancement of Women.
Carolina Conversations, a new, broad initiative designed to support, help facilitate and encourage critical conversations regarding race, intellectual diversity, religion, identity, and culture in the UNC community has launched.
In an interview with Brown University's Alumni Magazine, Cedric Bright, MD, director of Special Programs and assistant dean of admissions, discusses UNC School of Medicine's efforts to increase the number of minority medical school students and graduates.
The next Bullitt History of Medicine Club Lecture will be given by Christopher Jensen, 2012 McLendon-Thomas Award winner, on April 7 at noon in 527 HSL.
Joseph DeSimone, PhD, Chancellor's Eminent Professor of Chemistry and co-principal investigator of UNC Lineberger's Carolina Center for Cancer Nanotechnology Excellence, spoke on the TED mainstage about his latest innovations in 3-D printing.
Registration is now open for the second year of Data Matters, a short course series aimed at data analytics specialists, academic researchers, data center administrators, and anyone else who grapples with big data issues. Last year’s courses attracted participants from across the county, including academics, business professionals, and government officials.
Registration is now open for the 2015 Developmental & Stem Cell Biology Symposium, a full day of world-renowned speakers, breakfast and lunch with colleagues, and poster presentations with awards. This is a free event; however, registration is required by April 15 for breakfast and lunch. Abstracts for posters will be accepted until April 22.
The April 28 Bullitt History of Medicine Club Lecture will feature Charles Ludington, PhD, of North Carolina State University, who will discuss wine and its medicinal uses.
Join staff members from the Thurston Arthritis Research Center for the annual Walk to Cure Arthritis, benefiting the Arthritis Foundation. Funds raised will go to fund research.
This April, Clinical Ethics Grand Rounds will be presented by Larry R. Churchill, PhD, professor of Medicine, Ann Geddes Stahlman Chair in Medical Ethics at Vanderbilt University.