The Selection Committee for the Norma Berryhill Distinguished Lecture seeks nominations for the 2012 Lecturer. All nominations are due by April 2.
The presentations from the February 2012, "Getting Promoted in the School of Medicine: Faculty Forums on Appointment, Promotion, and Tenure" sessions are now available online.
Site visitors will meet with more than 120 faculty, staff and students over the course of the visit, mainly in 133 MacNider. They will also have brief tours of the MBRB, Berryhill, Bondurant, and the HSL on March 12, and the hospital, the ACC and the Family Medicine Center on March 13. Read more for pictures and names and positions of the visitors.
The bridge that spans across Manning Drive from the new dental school building to the Thurston Bowles building is now open to pedestrians.
Elizabeth Andrews, PhD, MPH, will present will present a seminar: "How Can Pharmacoepidemiology and Data Privacy Protections Co-exist? Historical Perspective, Creative Responses."
The School of Medicine is seeking faculty nominations for the prestigious awards given annually to graduating seniors. Awards will be presented at commencement on May 12, 2012.
Please congratulate the following 11 students on their induction into the medical honor society, Alpha Omega Alpha (AOA).
Please read this letter from Drs. Roper and Runge regarding the new strategic plan, effective March 1.
Kim Guise, Electrophysiology Nurse Practitioner, was recently awarded the Highest Scoring Abstract by the Heart Rhythm Society.
This symposium is intended for Primary Care Physicians, Clinic Staff, Health Care Researchers, and Public Health Workers.
Ajay S. Gulati, MD, will present at this week's CGIBD Research Seminar Series
Thomas S. Inui, MD, ScM, MACP, will present: "Professionalism in Medicine: How can we teach and learn more effectively?" on March 6.
Division of Physical Therapy faculty member Jon Hacke has received the 2012 Distinguished Teaching Award for Post-Baccalaureate Instruction. Established by the University in 1995 to acknowledge the important role of graduate-level teaching, this prestigious award includes a cash stipend and framed citation.
Adam and Cristy will be joined by Assistant Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at UNC, Dr. Margaret Gourlay, this weekend to talk about Broken Bones & Bone Density Testing.
Kamil Erfanian, MD, director of the UNC Hand Rehabilitation Center, will speak on "Hand Rehabilitation" as a guest lecturer for Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation's Grand Rounds.
Goodbye standard newsletter... Hello Research News at Carolina! Check out our fresh ‘NEWs’ site with informative articles regarding all topics related to translational research at Carolina.
Mark your calendars for the upcoming NCRP meet and greet social! This is an informal social for us to network together and to further explore the needs of research professionals on campus.
This talk is hosted by Vironomics Core, Biospecimen Processing and High Throughput Sequencing Facilities.
Join Michael Hudgens, PhD, for a presentation on "Causal Inference in Randomized Trials and Observational Studies."
The Qualitative Research Methods Workshop will review data collection methods for participatory approaches to research.
Attention research staff! Sign up for one of our CRMS 2.0 Training Sessions!
The Program Evaluation Workshop will discuss the purpose for doing evaluation and familiarize participants with the major types of program evaluation including process, impact, and outcome evaluation.
The purpose of the Clinical Trial Investigator Series is to provide education on how to successfully conduct clinical trials of drugs and devices.
Join Eric Kodish, MD, for a presentation on "Informed Consent in Experimental Medicine: Phase I Trials in Children with Cancer."
Steven H. Zeisel, MD, PhD, who directs the Nutrition Research Institute in Kannapolis, is interested in collaborating with investigators at Kanapolis and at UNC-Chapel Hill. He is available to discuss potential projects and collaborations, and assist with supplement proposal preparation for potential UNC collaborators.
This conference will take place on March 24 at Grandover Conference Center in Greensboro. Scholarships are available.
OIS, together with ITS, will be activating Network Access Control (NAC) in Bondurant Hall, CIDD, GCRC, Hospital/LIS, MBRB, Neonatal, NSRB, and Taylor Hall on Monday, March 5. I. If prompted, please follow the steps to download and install the NAC agent onto your computer to get access to the network.