The School of Medicine will celebrate 60 years of caring for the people of North Carolina on Oct. 22 from 2 to 3 p.m. Please read this invitation from Dean Roper for more details. Don't forget to download this event to your calendars!
Endeavors is the magazine of research and creative activity at UNC. This issue includes three stories that feature School of Medicine research and faculty.
This award is given to residents who have demonstrated a sincere empathy for patients and their families, an effectiveness in listening to and communicating with our patients; proven advocacy for and demonstration of the highest standards of patient care and maintained exemplary professional and interpersonal interactions with colleagues, staff, patients, and visitors.
The pedestrian bridge from Thurston-Bowles to Koury Oral Health Sciences Building will be temporarily closed from Thursday, Oct. 18 through Sunday, Oct. 21 in order for contractors to complete some repairs on the building at the KOHS. The bridge will re-open on Monday, Oct. 22.
Christopher Jensen wrote, “'And Polio Was a Nightmare:' Polio, UNC-Chapel Hill, And the North Carolina Memorial Hospital." Sarah Frush wrote, "Harmel's Happenstance: the First Blalock-Taussig Shunt and the Beginnings of Pediatric Cardiac Surgery."
Read more for a recent feature in the University Gazette about North Carolina Jaycee Burn Center.
Carol Otey, PhD, Professor, Department of Cell and Molecular Physiology, will present "Novel Actin-Related Pathways in Fibrosis and Myofibroblast Activation" at the Thursday research seminar.
The School of Medicine has appointed Jeff Sekelsky, PhD, as the new Director for the Curriculum in Genetics and Molecular Biology.
Check out the upcoming events at TraCS, UNC’s CTSA.
Adam and Cristy will be joined by Plastic Surgeon, Brian Drolet, MD, this weekend on YOUR HEALTH to talk about "Resident Work Hours: Too Much, Too Little or Just Right?"
Between July 1 and Sept. 30, researchers at UNC enrolled more ResearchMatch volunteers into studies than any other ResearchMatch site!
Ransomware can get into your machine by visiting a compromised web site, opening an infected email attachment, or from an infected memory key.
Dr. William Sledge, George D and Esther S Gross Professor of Psychiatry, Yale School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry Monday, October 22nd, 4-5pm Ground Floor, NC Cancer Hospital Dr. William Sledge from Yale University will be visiting UNC to discuss innovations in psychiatric delivery of care and psychosomatic medicine. Hosted by the Comprehensive Cancer Support Program (CCSP) and Palliative Care Service. For questions, please contact Robin Haring at 919-966-3494.