Aug. 25

Department of Cell & Molecular Physiology Research Day

The 15th annual Research Day sponsored by the Department of Cell & Molecular Physiology will be Sept. 9. This event serves to introduce the department's research to new students and faculty, and to promote productive scientific interactions and collaborations throughout the Health Science programs within and beyond UNC-Chapel Hill.

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Engaged Scholar Seminar Series

This free seminar series will consist of monthly one-hour sessions highlighting the work of UNC scholars and their community partners across North Carolina.

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Pilot Program Workshop

This "Doing Translational Research Series" program is titled, "Bench to Bedside Translational Research."

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Promoting Environmental Justice for Community Health Workshop

The NC TraCS Institute, the UNC Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, and NC SPEED are proudly co-sponsoring free workshops for community members or leaders and academic staff or faculty interested in research and environmental justice.

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2011 Whitehead Medical Society Faculty Awards

Each year medical students honor faculty members for excellence in teaching.

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2011 Whitehead Medical Society Student Awards

Medical students vote for their classmates for a variety of awards honoring academic excellence, compassion, and commitment to ideals.

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2011 Whitehead Lecture available online.

Dr. Alan Cross delivered the lecture, titled, "Training Physicians for the 21st Century," on Aug. 17.

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Campus prepares for Hurricane Irene

The National Weather Service predicts that the North Carolina coast may feel the effects of Hurricane Irene by this weekend.

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