Come participate in "Ethics in Research with the Newly Dead: Perspectives on Science, Oversight, and Moral Concerns," a panel discussion on ethical issues in research with the newly dead.
Raluca Dumitru, MD, PhD, Director, Human Pluripotent Stem Cell Core will present "Human Pluripotent Stem Cells: From Biology to Applications" at the CGIBD Research Seminar on Thursday, April 18.
Tamera Coyne-Beasley, MD, MPH, is professor of pediatrics. The Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine is a multidisciplinary society with an active international membership devoted to advancing the health and well-being of adolescents.
Faculty from UNC OB-GYN are sponsoring a CME conference on women's health on Saturday, May 18 at the William and Ida Friday Center.
This weekend on YOUR HEALTH® Adam and Cristy will be talking with Dr. William Copeland, Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Duke University Center for Developmental Epidemiology, about bullying.
Please join us for UNC PM&R's Grand Rounds at 8 a.m. Wednesday, April 24, in Bondurant Hall 2035.
Many School of Medicine graduate students were recognized at the Graduate Student Recognition Celebration, which began in 1999, to recognize students who receive prestigious fellowships and awards.
Did you know about the UNC Protein Expression and Purification Core Facility at UNC-CH? Read more to learn about this core facility. NC TraCS upcoming events include Basic Bioinformatics Tools Workshops, DAHS Research Forum, The Informed Consent Process, and Synaptic Defects and Targeted Treatments in Fragile X Syndrome.
Joan Krause, JD, Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Dan K. Moore Distinguished Professor of Law will present a talk titled, "Medical Treatment and Billing Practices: Lessons for Clinicians under the False Claims Act."
Free online classes are now available to help UNC faculty, staff, and students acquire or improve their skills with Microsoft software applications. Information Technology Services (ITS) has finalized a contract with Microsoft making these courses available to anyone with a UNC onyen.
If you’d known him then, you wouldn’t be able to picture him now. “Anybody looking at me in 1969 walking onto the campus of UNC would not have predicted I’d be sitting here now with the kind of career I’ve had,” said Vincent Kopp, assistant professor of anesthesiology. “Even I would not have predicted it.”
Join us for this inaugural run to support science outreach and education in North Carolina! Funds raised from this event will support North Carolina DNA Day – an annual event where scientists from UNC and other leading NC research institutions visit over 100 high school classrooms statewide to inspire and educate the next generation of scientists, to support North Carolina science teachers, and to bridge the gap between North Carolina’s leading research enterprises and high school science classrooms.
OIS will remotely install a new management tool on all Microsoft Windows workstations beginning April 15. This new tool will install a client agent, Configuration Manager, and new anti-virus software, Endpoint Protection. Only Microsoft Windows workstations that are joined to the domain ad.unc.edu will be affected, and machines will install this software on reboot only. Read on for more details and screenshots related to the installation.