Oct. 27

Promoting the Development of Clinical Skills through the Continuum of Medical Education - Ann Jobe, MD, MSN

The Academy of Educators is excited to announce our fall visiting professor! Ann Jobe, MD, MSN will be visiting November 9-10 to provide education and consultation on Clinical Assessment. All UNC faculty, residents, and medical students are invited!

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Developing High Quality Clinical Skills Assessments - Ann Jobe, MD, MSN

The Academy of Educators is excited to announce our fall visiting professor! Ann Jobe, MD, MSN will be visiting November 9-10 to provide education and consultation on Clinical Assessment. All UNC faculty, residents, and medical students are invited.

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Making the Case for Teaching and Assessing Clinical Skills - Ann Jobe, MD, MSN

The Academy of Educators is excited to announce our fall visiting professor! Ann Jobe, MD, MSN will be visiting November 9-10 to provide education and consultation on Clinical Assessment. All UNC faculty, residents, and medical students are invited.

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Consultation Wrap Up- Next Steps for Teaching and Assessment of Clinical Skills at UNC - Ann Jobe, MD, MSN

The Academy of Educators is excited to announce our fall visiting professor! Ann Jobe, MD, MSN will be visiting November 9-10 to provide education and consultation on Clinical Assessment. All UNC faculty, residents, and medical students are invited.

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Adebanjo and Jordan win Davis Scholarships

Adebanjo and Jordan win Davis Scholarships

Tolulope Adebanjo and Megan Jordan were presented with the Davis Scholarship in the presence of family, faculty, residents, and students during the Department of Pediatric Grand Rounds on Thursday, October 20, 2011.

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Leiter to speak at CGIBD Research Seminar Series

Andrew B. Leiter, MD, PhD, will present "Functions of Notch and Basic Helix Loop Helix Proteins on Pancreatic and Gastrointestinal Endocrine Cell Fate."

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13th Annual HIV/AIDS Symposium

The Symposium, hosted by the UNC Center for AIDS Research, will focus on approaches to prevent the spread of HIV and the question "Can we cure AIDS?"

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TimeTrex 2012

Read on for quick links relating to the current TimeTrex system.

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PM&R Grand Rounds: Managing the Neurogenic Bladder after Spinal Cord Injury

Kristy Borawski, MD, of the Division of Urologic Surgery, will speak on Wednesday, Nov. 2 at 8 a.m. in G100 Bondurant Hall.

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Go Global - Get Your Passport!

Thinking about traveling abroad, but don't have an up-to-date passport? Officials from the U.S. Department of State will be on campus for two days accepting passport applications. Read on for more information.

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Rehabilitation Engineering Center Director Candidate Seminar

Yasin Dhaher, PhD, a candidate for the director position, will speak on "Basic Properties of the Lower Limb: Pathological and Healthy States" on Nov. 1.

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TARC Fall Newsletter available

Thurston Today is the newsletter for the Thurston Arthritis Research Center and the Division of Rheumatology, Allergy and Immunology. Read on for the Fall 2011 issue.

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Office of Research November Forum

The November topic is, "entrepreneurship and commercialization." Panel members are Cam Patterson and Don Rose. Do you know if you have a marketable discovery?

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Health Informatics Seminar: Development of a Uniform Assessment of Older Adults

This presentation covers a Duke Health Innovations project: the development of a uniform minimum set of information, usable at all sites, that would complement medical inquiry and provide information helpful in maintaining personal independence in older community residents.

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CGIBD to host Annual Research Competition

The Center for Gastrointestinal Biology and Disease will host its Annual CGIBD Research Competition. The competition consists of 12 young scientists who will present their digestive disease research as they compete for a grand prize. We hope you will attend and show your support.

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