The large construction crane serving the Imaging Research Building is being taken down Aug. 24-26.
Corks for Kids is a wine-tasting event located in Chapel Hill, hosted in partnership with Chapel Hill Wine Company and its owner, Todd Wielar. Corks for Kids features several wines from various regions of the world, all available to taste. As a signature part of the event, winemakers are in attendance to “talk as they pour,” sharing information about their wines and personal insights with guests.
Loren Robinson, a chief resident in Internal Medicine/Pediatrics, was selected as a Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar.
Julia Whitley, a rising 2nd year medical student in the UNC School of Medicine, received an American Society of Hematology (ASH) Trainee Research Award.
The NCIOM Charts Course to Address Young Children’s Mental Health Needs, Create Solid Foundation for Success
John Thorp, MD, served as co-chair to this task force.
N.C. Children's Hospital celebrates the annual Radio/Telethon on Thursday, November 15, 2012 in the lobby of the Children's Hospital. Sign up to volunteer today!
Dean Roper has appointed a committee to search for a new AHEC Program Director and Executive Associate Dean.
Tom Bacon, DrPH, has announced his intent to retire on Dec. 31, 2012, after serving as Executive Associate Dean in the UNC School of Medicine and Director of the Area Health Education Centers Program for 16 years.
The Special Collections consists of a variety of artifacts, books, and correspondence surrounding the history of medicine, nursing, pharmacy etc.
Do you conduct Human Subjects Research? Are you new to conducting Human Subjects Research? If you answered yes to either of these questions, then you need to join the UNC Network of Clinical Research Professionals (UNC-NCRP) list serve by visiting the ncrp website www.uncncrp.org.
Drs. Rick Pillsbury and John van Aalst, along with doctors from the North Carolina State University (NCSU) College of Veterinary Medicine, changed the life of a Bernese Mountain Dog that was born with a cleft lip.
Students and faculty of the School of Medicine gathered together on Tuesday, Aug. 15 to hear Sarah Street, PhD and assistant professor of cell and molecular physiology, speak at the 2012 Whitehead Lecture and Awards.
Dean Runge has appointed a committee to search for the Chair of the newly formed Cell Biology and Physiology Department.