The UNC studies were highlighted in the "clinical breakthroughs" section of the highlights. The highlighted studies were led by Margaret L. Gourlay, MD, MPH, on bone mineral density screening in older women and by Wesley Burks, MD, on treatment of egg allergies.
If you or your patients, family members or friends are unsure about how to best handle your ongoing health condition, join a self-management workshop and discover fresh, practical ways to live better and healthier!
Every month, UNC OB-GYN gathers and shares their presentations, awards and/or noteworthy events. Take a look at this month's collection.
David A. Wohl, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases, will present,"Ethical Challenges in studying the health effects of unjust situations."
The Dean’s Office is pleased to announce a new round of the bridge funding program to help maintain the continuity of research programs when funding is interrupted by failure of a competing renewal grant proposal.
Obesity is the number one health risk facing Americans. Structured weight-loss programs have been successful in initiating behavior change and weight loss; however, weight is almost always regained over time.
UNC Health Care and the UNC School of Medicine are pleased to invite their employees to apply for pilot funding for health care innovation efforts. These pilot funds are offered by NC TraCS and the newly formed Center for Innovation of the UNC Health Care System and School of Medicine. Funding is provided by the Center for Innovation.
NC Translational and Clinical Sciences Institute’s (NC TraCS) Community Academic Resources for Engaged Scholarship (CARES) would like to notify researchers about information and dates regarding the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI).
Join us as we kickoff the New Year with these events!
The TraCS Institute supports its investigators in their pursuit of funding opportunities by providing a wide array of resources and research support infrastructure. In order to support UNC investigators’ pursuit of PCORI Cycle III funding, the CARES Services will offer a PCORI Strategic Seminar focused on Patient/Stakeholder Engagement.
R. Balfour Sartor, M. D., will present "Induction of Immunosuppressive IL-10 by Commensal Bacteria: Insights into Bacterial Mediation of Mucosal Homeostasis" on Thursday, Jan. 10.
View amateur photography from around the world in an exhibition featuring works by UNC students, faculty, staff, and alumni. All photography on display was submitted as part of the 13th annual Carolina Global Photography Competition this past fall.
The last part of the construction project to eliminate vivarium odors in the Genetic Medicine Building will take place Friday, Jan. 18, from 10 p.m. until early Saturday morning, Jan 19.
Read more for a link to the minutes from the December 2012 meeting.
"Developing Goals, Objectives, and Competencies," will be presented by Clark Denniston, MD.