From Wilmington to San Francisco, UNC medical students find out where they will begin their next adventure in medicine. Fifty-three will stay in North Carolina, including 31 right here in Chapel Hill! Read on for maps, data, and national trends about the 2013 Match.
Read our interviews with medical students Kimberly Newton, MPH, entering a family medicine residency at UNC; and Matthew McNeill, entering an internal medicine at New York University.
UNC, Kinshasha School of Public Health to lead project to reduce malnutrition among infants in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Scott T. Magness, PhD, will present, "Genetic Control of Stem Cell Behavior in the Intestine," at this week's CGIBD Research Seminar.
We're sorry for the late notice of the cancellation of this event.
Dr. Julie Silver, assistant professor at Harvard Medical School in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, will deliver the lecture.
Melissa Stauffer, MOT, OTR/L, will present this lecture.
Poverty, genetics, and cardiovascular disease (CVD) combine to form a lethal mix in Guatemala, requiring creative and comprehensive approaches to ameliorate the situation. This presentation will illustrate the planned “digital eco-system” roadmap of MoTeCH, CommCare HQ, and Open MRS in Guatemala and the challenges encountered along the way.
Dust off your clubs and join alumni, faculty and students for this fun student-organized event benefiting the local chapter of the American Heart Association.
Check out what's happening at NC TraCS, UNC's CTSA.
Karen Erickson, PhD, will present at this week's joint seminar.
Big Data management and analysis have become dominant features of biomedical research and healthcare delivery. This relatively recent change has forced a dramatic rethinking and re-architecting of supporting IT infrastructures.
All postdoctoral fellows are invited to present their latest findings in a poster session, with prizes for outstanding presentations. Abstracts can now be submitted.
The UNC School of Medicine StorySLAM will take place on Monday, April 29, 7 - 9 p.m., at Linda's. The theme will be "Humanity & Hilarity: stories that touch us and tickle us."
Dr. Harold Varmus, co-recipient of the Nobel Prize for studies of the genetic basis of cancer and Director of the National Cancer Institute, will deliver the keynote lecture, titled, ""Motivation for a Life in Science: Discovery, Dissemination, and Application of Knowledge.”
The UNC-NCSU Rehabilitation Engineering Center will host its second annual symposium.
This weekend on YOUR HEALTH®, Adam & Cristy will be joined by Dr. Paul Ossman, Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine in the Division of General Medicine and Epidemiology at UNC, about Hospital Ethics.
On Saturday, March 23 from 10:30 AM – Noon, Rep. David Price (NC-04) will hold neighborhood office hours at the Flyleaf Books at 752 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. in Chapel Hill. Rep. Price and his staff will be on hand to meet individually with constituents to answer questions or open constituent casework.
Chancellor Holden Thorp, PhD, will present "Rational Re-design of Cytochrome P450 Antagonists: Safer Drugs for Prostate Cancer and Anti-fungal Indications."