The CGIBD Thursday Seminar Series, which has been on summer hiatus, will resume on Thursday, August 23 with a presentation from P. Kay Lund, Ph.D.
Drs. David Mayer and Susan Martinelli, from the department of anesthesiology, are the only two UNC physicians to date who have recently completed the Medical Education Research Certificate Program.
When Katy Sims enters the first-year class at the UNC School of Medicine this fall, she will already have extensive medical experience. Her decision to become a doctor came as she was undergoing treatment for Ewing sarcoma, a type of childhood cancer.
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. The lecture is now available to watch online.
Each year medical students honor faculty members for excellence in teaching.
Medical students vote for their classmates for a variety of awards honoring academic excellence, compassion, and commitment to ideals.
Head and Neck Surgery continues to offer facial aesthetic surgery and facial aesthetic office procedures
These procedures include Botox, Dysport and injectable fillers. Employees may be eligible for special pricing on the Obagi skin care line as well as surgical services.
Michael Meyers, MD, was appointed Residency Program Director, and Joellen Buckio, MHA, has been named Associate Chair for Administration.
Preserving Your Intellectual Legacy at UNC: An Information Session for Faculty and Staff Nearing Retirement
Retiring faculty and staff members can get answers to the question “What do I do with my books and papers?” during this free program and reception.
A topical spray used to treat chronic venous leg ulcers has shown a 52 percent greater likelihood of wound closure than the use of bandages, according to a study conducted in part at the School of Medicine.
Join the Office of Clinical Trials and the NC TraCS Institute, UNC’s CTSA, for a two-day workshop to learn valuable information that will help you help UNC be billing compliant.
The MURDOCK Study is a long-term epidemiological study to reclassify disease at the molecular level, thereby allowing more informed disease prevention and treatment strategies for individuals and groups with similar biocharacteristics.
This weekend on YOUR HEALTH, we'll be joined by Helper-in-Chief at TheONbutton Computer and Technology Services, Neil Berman, about the internet & your health, safety, security & your privacy.
Featuring Ann Fessler's documentary presentation and discussion "A Girl Like Her."
CowParade has come to Chapel Hill with 15 cows placed throughout campus, the largest herd in North Carolina! Can you find all 15?