Sept. 29

Upcoming Change: Shutdown of Tumbleweed Email Encryption System

OIS will decommission the Tumbleweed Secure Email system on Sept. 30, 2011. All School of Medicine staff should have been migrated to the Campus Exchange platform which uses the Cisco IronPort system to provide the same functionality.

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New Members elected for SOM Appointments, Promotions, and Tenure Committees

Drs. Linda Van Le, Craig Buchman, Giselle Corbie-Smith, Steven Young, Muge Calikoglu, and Marcia Hobbs have been elected to their respective committees. Please read this letter from Paul Godley, MD, PhD, MPP, Executive Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs to learn more about the process.

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ALERT: Another Phishing Message In SOM

The School of Medicine has been flooded with phishing messages that last couple of months. Another version came in this weekend that has generated a significant number of inquiries from SOM users.

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Evidence academy to address tobacco control and lung cancer screening

The North Carolina Translational and Clinical Sciences (NC TraCS) Institute, UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, the Mountain Area Health Education Center and the South East Area Health Education Center will host day-long conferences during National Lung Cancer Awareness Month to share evidence-based approaches to addressing these important issues.

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Laptop Encryption Initiative Underway – register your laptop

Mobile devices are often lost or stolen, putting the user, University and private individuals at risk. The Initiative seeks to inventory and encrypt all laptops used for University business within the UNC School of Medicine.

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Special Surgery Grand Rounds Presentation: Improving Doctor-Patient Relationships

Howard W. Jones, III, MD, Chairman, Dept. of Obstetrics/Gynecology, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, to discuss ways to improve doctor-patient relationships on Friday, Sept. 30.

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Budenz to start Oct. 1

Budenz to start Oct. 1

Donald L. Budenz, MD , MPH, will be UNC’s Chair of Ophthalmology effective October 1. Dr. Budenz specializes in cataracts and epidemiology, and surgical clinical trials in glaucoma.

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Epigenetics: More Than Just Genes with Dr. Howard Cedar

This weekend on YOUR HEALTH, we'll talk with Dr. Howard Cedar about Epigenetics: More Than Just Genes.

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Seminar: The development and use of a statewide, all-hazards surveillance system - NC DETECT

The North Carolina Disease Event Tracking and Epidemiologic Collection Tool (NC DETECT) is a near-real time surveillance system developed by the North Carolina Division of Public Health in collaboration with the Carolina Center for Health Informatics in the UNC Department of Emergency Medicine.

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12th Annual UNC Neuroscience Symposium - Oct. 13

Cori Bargamann, PhD, of Rockefeller University; Stephen Smith, PhD, of Stanford University; Edward Callaway, PhD, of the Salk Institute and UC-San Diego; and Elizabeth Phelps, PhD, New York University will present at the symposium.

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Changes in Continuing Medical Education

Please read this letter from Dr. Marschall Runge, Executive Dean, to learn more about the changes in the CME Office.

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