Read on for the Spring Seminar Schedule.
The goal of the Institute on Aging's 2012 research program is to facilitate the success of junior investigators currently engaged in aging research or seeking to change or expand their research into aging. Read on for more information.
REACH stands for Reaching out to Enhance the Health of Residents of Area Care Homes. The purpose of the Department of Family Medicine program is to create vital medical communities of care for vulnerable patients by visiting patients in their homes.
School of Medicine faculty and staff who are traveling internationally for work-related business are reminded that University policy requires that they make an appointment with the University Employee Occupational Health Clinic (UEOHC) for a pre-travel medical evaluation.
The UNC Campus is experiencing an explosive growth in attacks to Remote Desktop services on computers within the University Network. As a result, the ITS Information Security Office (ISO) is planning on blocking all incoming Remote Desktop sessions from outside computers. All access to Remote Desktop will be required to connect from on campus or through the Virtual Private Network (VPN) service vpn.unc.edu.
Lynn A. Damitz, MD, FACS, of the Department of Surgery, Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and Surgery of the Hand, will speak on "Surgical Management of Pressure Ulcers."
A Community Conversation on Teaching Population Health will be sponsored by AOE, and held on Dec. 13 at 4:30 p.m. in Bondurant G010.
This weekend on YOUR HEALTH we'll be joined by leader of the research program on Human-Animal Interaction at the WALTHAM Centre for Pet Nutrition in England and editor of the book, "The Health Benefits of Dog Walking for Pets and People: Evidence and Case Studies," Dr. Sandra McCune.
A Community Conversation on Teaching Population Health will be sponsored by AOE, and held on Dec. 15 at noon in Bondurant G010.
Christian Jobin, PhD, Associate Professor with the Departments of Medicine and Pharmacology will present "Microbial Composition as a Risk Factor for Colorectal Cancer?"