The research study seeks to understand what library services should be provided for distance students at UNC Chapel Hill. Please read more for full request from the researcher conducting the survey.
Roy C. Orlando, MD, will present,"Barret's Esophagus: Friend or Foe...a Play in 3 Acts!"
North Carolina Children’s Hospital cordially invites you to attend the 2011-2012 Wall of Honor Reception celebrating those who have helped create happy endings for our “super” kids.
Please read more about the changes in this letter from Dr. Roper.
Do you need peptides synthesized? Peptide antigens for antibody production? Or even specialized peptide libraries? -- The UNC High Throughput Peptide Synthesis and Array Facility can help!
Four School of Medicine laptops have been stolen over the past two months. Don’t let your data fall into the wrong hands!
Many challenges exist with health information exchange as the result of a legacy of information silos controlled by healthcare organizations. This presentation will discuss the characteristics of this QuantalUEL and an infrastructure for implementing the Secure Health Data Cloud.
Four presenters from Research Triangle International will give lectures related to public health surveillance, mobile technologies and health, EHR adoption and implementation, and patient-generated health data.
Meet industries in the Health IT field: Allscripts, Axial Exchange, Carolina Center for Health IT, EHR 2.0, Epic, Family Health Network, Infina Connect, UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, NC HIT, NC Immunization Registry, Quintiles, RENCI, SAS Institute, Thomson Reuters, and RTI International.
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 Emerging Company Showcase highlights early-stage companies spinning out of UNC. Companies ranging from life science, biomedical engineering, IT/Gaming, social and traditional ventures will all present short pitches about their big idea.
These guidelines have been revised to reflect changes in the School of Medicine Bylaws regarding the composition of the appointment, promotion, and tenure committees and to update the criteria for promotion and tenure in the tenure and fixed term faculty tracks.
The contractor, SRM, Inc., is finishing caulking Brinkhous-Bullitt this week. With that done, the contractor will start pressure-washing on Monday, March 12.