The collaboration agreement to develop new drugs is believed to be the first between a UK medical charity and international scientific consortium focused on neglected tropical diseases. Richard Tidwell, PhD, is the Director of the UNC-based consortium.
Dr. Roper will meet with faculty on Feb. 2 to discuss clinical topics, and Feb. 9 to discuss research topics. Please read on for more information and to RSVP.
Drs. Godley and Enarson invite faculty members to attend forums on draft recommendations for appointment, promotion, and tenure policies.
Jonathan Hansen, MD, PhD, to present at the Thursday, Jan. 26 CGIBD Research Seminar Series.
The School of Medicine has opened a new round of Bridge Funding applications. Applications are due to Dede Corvinus in the Office of Research by 5 p.m., Feb. 3.
UNC Family Medicine recognized the need for more primary care physicians in the underserved areas of North Carolina. They took action to help address the shortage by creating North Carolina’s first teaching health center, a partnership between community health centers (CHCs) and academic centers that train primary care physicians to provide care to vulnerable communities.
Register for a free N.C. Children's Promise DMV License Plate to support N.C. Children's Hospital and you will automatically be entered into a drawing to win tickets to the UNC vs Duke basketball game on Feb. 8.
Public Health surveillance uses information systems to support outbreak control and programs to reduce disease in the population. This presentation describes the evaluation of two electronic public health surveillance systems used in North Carolina.
This weekend on YOUR HEALTH, Adam will be talking with Physical Therapist and Assistant Consulting Professor at Duke University, Dr. Elizabeth Ross, about Motivational Interviewing: What, When, How & Why.
Cloud computing can be very convenient to use, but remember UNC does not allow you to store sensitive data in Dropbox or other cloud based computing services.
A service will be held in memory of Dr. Cross at 2 p.m., Feb. 18 at the Friday Center for Continuing Education. All are welcome.