Orringer to give 2012 Norma Berryhill Distinguished Lecture

Eugene Orringer, MD, will present, "Getting by with a Little Help from My Friends: My Career at UNC as both a Mentee and a Mentor" on Oct. 17 at the Carolina Club. Dr. Orringer is Professor of Medicine, Director of the UNC MD-PhD Program and Director of the Education, Training, & Career Development Core at the NC TraCS Institute.

When Oct 17, 2012
from 05:30 PM to 07:30 PM
Where Carolina Club
Contact Name Marie Mitchell
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RSVP by October 8 to (919) 966-4161 or DOeventyes@listserv.med.unc.edu or DOeventregrets@listserv.med.unc.edu.

The Norma Berryhill Distinguished Lecture began in 1985. Established to honor the medical school's “most able scientists and scholars,” the lectureship is named after the late Norma Berryhill, whose late husband, Dr. Walter Reece Berryhill, was dean of the school from 1941 to 1964. Along with her husband, she is considered the co-founder of UNC's four-year School of Medicine.  While honoring an eminent member of the School of Medicine faculty, the Norma Berryhill Distinguished Lecture series serves as an occasion to welcome new faculty members in an academic convocation and to further the sense of community created and nurtured by Mrs. Berryhill.

 

Read more about the lecture here.