Dec. 19

No Vital Signs on Dec. 26

Vital Signs will take a once-a-year break on Dec. 26 for the holiday week. The next issue will be distributed on Jan. 2. Please submit all news for the Jan. 2 issue by Monday, Jan. 30 at 5 p.m. Happy holidays!

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Med students contribute 1,100 books for holiday book drive

UNC medical students helped UNC Libraries raise 3,686 books this year for children at the Pediatric Oncology Clinic for the Children's Hospital.

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Muss honored with ACTO Richard L. Schilsky Award

Muss honored with ACTO Richard L. Schilsky Award

The award, which includes $5,000 in direct research support, recognizes years of service to the CALGB cooperative group by Dr. Muss, who has been a member for more than 30 years.

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NC TraCS Events and Announcements

Events in the new year include Biostatistics Grand Rounds, Clinical Trial Investigator Series, New PI Training Series, and "Implementing Obamacare: The Promise and Pitfalls of Health Reform" with Dr. Jonathan Oberlander. Also, a new funding opportunity from AHRQ.

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10th Annual Krispy Kreme Challenge

Run as a challenger, running 2.5 miles from the N.C. State Memorial Belltower to the Krispy Kreme store in Raleigh, eating a dozen glazed doughnuts, and then running the return 2.5 miles, or as a casual runner (doughnuts optional). All proceeds go to the North Carolina Children's Hospital.

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Top Ten Stories of 2013!

Top Ten Stories of 2013!

Check out this list of our most popular stories this year based on page views on our newsroom website.

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Catching Up with Grayson

Catching Up with Grayson

In two stories from the University Gazette, check in with the Clamps as they prepare for Grayson's first Christmas since he received an auditory brainstem implant, and check in with Drs. Craig Buchman and Matt Ewend, who led the surgical team that performed Grayson's surgery in April.

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Kaufer discusses concussions in football on WUNC's The State of Things

Daniel Kaufer, MD, associate professor of neurology and a member of UNC's Brain and Body Health Program, speaks with host Frank Stasio, and Kathleen Seifert, executive director of i9 Sports in South Durham and Orange Counties, in this 20-minute segment. UNC was recently selected by the NFL Players Association to participate in a new initiative aimed at providing medical services and support to its former players.

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Partnership between UNC's School of Medicine and Kenan-Flagler Business School

Faculty members, please take a moment to read this letter from Dr. Roper regarding our partnership with Kenan-Flagler Business School and new opportunities to participate in the effort.

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