March 22

CGIBD Thursday Research Seminar Series

M. Bishr Omary, MD, PhD, will be a visiting professor to the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology and the Center for Gastrointestinal Biology and Disease and will present at the CGIBD Research Seminar Series on Thursday, March 22.

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YOUR HEALTH: Medical Devices - Safety & Risk with Dr. Frederic Resnic

Adam and Cristy will be joined by Director of the Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory and Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, Dr. Frederic Resnic, this weekend to talk about Medical Devices: Safety and Risk.

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9th Annual School of Medicine Charity Golf Tournament

Register to play in a golf tournament supporting the North Carolina Chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

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Presentation: Development & Testing of an Automated Syndrome Classifier for ED Data

The presentation will include an introduction to NC DETECT, biosurveillance, and information retrieval techniques for data representation and classification, as well as a review of methods for evaluating automated classifiers. The new system, Emergency Medical Text Classifier (EMT-C) will be described, followed by a presentation of the results of pilot EMT-C testing.

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The Structure and Function of the Human Brain

It holds the power to think, to feel, to speak, to dream, and to act. Discover the complexity and capabilities of the human brain as the Friday Center hosts a series about the most unique organ in the animal kingdom.

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The Science and Technology of Sport Concussion: Translating Data Collection into Concussion Prevention

It holds the power to think, to feel, to speak, to dream, and to act. Discover the complexity and capabilities of the human brain as the Friday Center hosts a series about the most unique organ in the animal kingdom.

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Is Consciousness Merely Neurological?

It holds the power to think, to feel, to speak, to dream, and to act. Discover the complexity and capabilities of the human brain as the Friday Center hosts a series about the most unique organ in the animal kingdom.

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Reaching the Brain through Music

It holds the power to think, to feel, to speak, to dream, and to act. Discover the complexity and capabilities of the human brain as the Friday Center hosts a series about the most unique organ in the animal kingdom.

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Making Memories

It holds the power to think, to feel, to speak, to dream, and to act. Discover the complexity and capabilities of the human brain as the Friday Center hosts a series about the most unique organ in the animal kingdom.

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Kenan Flagler Healthcare Conference

The inaugural UNC Kenan-Flagler Healthcare Conference will take place Saturday, March 24 at the Kenan-Flagler Business School. Read on to register for the conference.

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All UNC Hospitals physician residency programs filled in 2012 Match

Congratulations to residency directors and program coordinators. Please read on for a note from Dr. Clark Denniston, Director of Graduate Medical Education at UNC Hospitals.

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Carolina Launch Pad seeks campus entrepreneurs for 2012-2013 program year

Faculty, staff, and student entrepreneurs at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill are encouraged to apply for a spot in the Carolina Launch Pad, the pre-commercial technology business accelerator located at RENCI.

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February Formulary Update

Read more for a link to the February 2012 Formulary changes.

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