The Zollicoffer Lecture and Community Service Day are annual events for the School of Medicine, but in celebration of the 50th anniversary of Dr. Lawrence Zollicoffer graduating from the School of Medicine, this year the activities will be expanded to a two-day symposium.
Now that the Imaging Research Building structure is nearly complete, construction activities for the winter months will focus on preparing for a “dry” building by spring, so that detailed interior buildout can begin.
The Neyhart Scholarship, created by Clara and Greg Neyhart, will award its first scholarship in July of 2012. Applications will be accepted between Jan. 1 and April 15.
Registration is open for the UNC Kidney Center's Kidney Kare 5K, which will take place on Saturday, March 17 in Carrboro, NC.
Join Carolina Kidney Kids for Pediatric Nephrology for a fun night of food, fun, and friends.
Ramon Bataller, MD, Associate Professor, Department of Medicine and Nutrition will present at this week's CGIBD Research Seminar Series.
It is time to recruit members for the 2012 entering class of the Academy of Educators (AOE). Please read this letter from the Co-Directors of AOE about the process.
Wesley Burks, MD, will present the next grand rounds on Jan. 13. The topic will be, "Developing New Treatment Options for Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis."
Mark your calendars for Student Research Day 2012 on Thursday, Jan. 19! Poster and oral presentations will take place in the afternoon and will be followed by the annual Landes-Merrimon Lecture given this year by James Anderson, MD, PhD.
Read on for information about the proposed revisions to the SOM bylaws, which provide additional opportunity for peer selection of faculty to standing committees of the medical school. Please review and vote when ballots are distributed via email next month.
Dr. Lee Marcus, Interim Director of Training in the TEACCH Autism Program, will be a guest on an international talk radio show Adults of the Autism Spectrum: Today!
Save the date! This year's Run Walk and Roll to Benefit Children with Disabilities will be held on May 19, 2012 at the Koka Booth Amphitheater in Cary, N.C.
The volume and complexity of health-related data is rapidly increasing, outstripping the ability current management and usage practices to cope. This lecture will cover the state of data challenges in healthcare and bio as well as the “stack” of cyberinfrastructure technologies coming together to address these issues.
Warren P. Newton, MD, MPH, Chair of UNC’s Department of Family Medicine and Vice Dean for Medical Education at the School of Medicine, has been named to the board of trustees of the State Health Plan for Teachers and State Employees.
Meeting minutes are now available from the December DAC meeting.
Nominations are due Feb. 8 for the C. Knox Massey Award. The criterion is "unusual, meritorious or superior contribution made by an employee, past or present, to The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill." Chancellor Thorp will present each of the six recipients with an award of $6,000 during the annual spring luncheon.