Douglas Drossman, MD, professor of Medicine and Psychiatry, and Co-Director of the UNC Center for Functional Gastrointestinal (GI) & Motility Disorders, will retire on Dec. 31, 2011.
Douglas Winton, Ph.D., will present, "Phenotyping Intestinal Stem Cells Using Transgenic Bioassays."
The 7th Annual UNC Conference on Eating Disorders and Women's Mental Health will provide tools to empower health care providers to ask the critical questions to detect eating and women's reproductive mood disorders across the lifespan, to effectively manage these disorders when appropriate in their practices, and to appraise when specialty referral is required.
On YOUR HEALTH® this weekend we'll be talking with author of Toxic Free: How to Protect Your Health and Home From the Chemicals that are Making You Sick, Debra Lynn Dadd, about her book.
Christopher S. Barker, Ph.D. also serves as Associate Professor in the Department of Genetics and Director of Strategic Alliances for Enabling Technologies for the NC TraCS Institute
The Integrated Cancer Information and Surveillance System (ICISS) of the UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center provides the foundation to enable innovative research to improve cancer outcomes in North Carolina and beyond.
Dream of building your own app?The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research is contributing up to $40,000 to support the development of a mobile application that will apply UNC research to the content and features of a custom-built mobile application.
Please join us for a one day conference to discuss the latest research findings on lung cancer and its number one cause, tobacco use.
This presentation will focus on how to develop a translational research project, how to convince a reviewer that your research is translational, and where to find the resources for the necessary pilot studies to acquire critical preliminary data.
The goal of this program is to develop a core of basic science teachers who will serve as the backbone of preclinical teaching and drive educational innovation and scholarship. Please read this message from Dr. Newton, Vice Dean for Medical Education, to learn more.
Read on for the minutes from the latest meeting.
Please read the following budget message from Dr. Roper.
OIS will be applying Microsoft Windows Security patches to our systems on Monday, Sept. 19 from 5-6 p.m. Each server will be down for a few minutes during the reboot process.
OIS has completed the email migration project for the School of Medicine. OIS will decommission the School of Medicine email servers beginning Sept. 30, 2011.
Tests are schedule for Mary Ellen Jones Building on Sept. 19 and the Frances Owen Blood Research Lab & Trailer 50 on Sept. 20.