Xiaoxin Luke Chen, M.D., Ph.D. will present "Molecular Mechanisms of Barrett's Esophagus: Focusing on Animal Models" at the coming CGIBD Seminar.
The forum provides customers and residents an opportunity to provide input on CHT's current services and thoughts and ideas about the future of public transit in the Chapel Hill/Carrboro area.
The University of North Carolina Kenan-Flagler Business School and the UNC School of Medicine have established the MBA Fellowship Program for School of Medicine faculty seeking an MBA degree.
Mobile data is not a problem only for health care organizations, but the increased value for health care sensitive electronic information (SEI) in the minds of attackers potentially makes this a crucial problem.
Check out what happening at NC TraCS, UNC's CTSA!
UNC Family Family Medicine and Dr. Joan Huntley would like to extend an invitation to the ninth annual Huntley Lecture and Luncheon.
Scott Hultman, MD, FACS, MBA, graduated from UNC Kenan-Flagler with a ready-to-implement business plan that served as the foundation for the new UNC Burn Reconstruction and Aesthetic Center. The center, which opened in the fall of 2012, has created a space for UNC Health Care to conduct cutting-edge burn reconstruction research and develop new burn scar treatments that are giving patients life-changing results.
Medical Writer, Speaker & Consultant, Anne Fletcher, will be joining YOUR HEALTH® this weekend to talk about her new book, Inside Rehab: The Surprising Truth about Addiction Treatment.
ABC News is looking for residents to join the Medical Unit’s Health Journalism Rotation Program for the summer and fall. The Medical Unit provides leads, analysis, media elements, and background information to ABCNews.com, the ABC News network shows (Good Morning America and World News), and supports the Chief Health and Medical Editor, Dr. Rich Besser.
It is time to recruit members for the 2013 entering class of the AOE. If you are interested in membership we encourage you to contact your Department Chair and request nomination. Read more about the AOE in this letter from Drs. Julie Byerley and Beat Steiner.
The last UNC men's basketball team home game is Saturday, March 9 at 9 p.m. Go Heels!