These photos will be used for websites, directories, news releases and publications. Photographs will be returned to departments. There is no charge to be photographed and no appointments are necessary. The first session is Wednesday, March 9, 1 - 3 p.m. in 4th floor Clinic Auditorium, Old Clinic, 4008. The second session is Friday, March 11, 10 a.m. – noon in Bondurant Hall, G100.
The UNC Gastrointestinal Surgery Bariatric Program is accepting new clients for evaluation for RNY Gastric Bypass and Laparoscopic Adjustable Gastric Banding, as well as medical weight loss management.
The Dean’s Office is pleased to announce the appointment of Weili Lin, PhD to the position of Director of the Biomedical Research Imaging Center (BRIC). Dr. Lin has been associated with the BRIC since its establishment in 2004 under the direction of Etta Pisano, MD.
Please take a look at the department's January updates. The page includes recent honors and awards, news clips, presentations and publications.
Research investigators, fellows & research administrators should read the information below about submissions to the American Hearth Association for the Jan. 26 deadline.
Please donate blood at the American Red Cross Blood Drive on Wednesday, Jan. 26, from 10 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Six-year-old Joshua Cooley has a rare genetic disorder called OTC. He is lacking a specific liver enzyme needed to break down proteins. As a result, he developed cerebral palsy. In this clip, Ariel and Joshua talk with their brother, Isaiah, about what Josh is like as a brother.NC Children's Promise TV takes five patients and turns them to reporters for the day of the ninth annual NC Children's Promise Radiothon.
This interactive workshop will feature sessions on new basic science discoveries in autoimmunity and inflammation, new developments in the diagnosis of vasculitis, and the latest results of treatment trials. Although there will be an emphasis on ANCA disease, sessions will be devoted to many major categories of vasculitis including small, medium and large vessel vasculitis.
UNC Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation will host a lecture featuring guest speaker Angela Lipscomb-Hudson, MD, of the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago (RIC) at noon on Friday, Jan. 21 in G030 Bondurant Hall.
The Academy of Educators, working with the Office of Medical Education, is bringing in a nationally recognized leader in the use of Team Based Learning (TBL) in medical education for a three day consultation, Ruth Levine, MD.