The CASTLE program, which works through the UNC Department of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery, is an organization that provides comprehensive services to children who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Please join the Association of Professional Women in Medicine for lunch on May 31 to discuss the roles of women faculty, web page updates and leadership opportunities.
Danielle Bates, communications director of NC Children's Hospital, shaved her head on Saturday, May 18 at the Crunkleton to help raise awareness and money for children with cancer. Learn more to see how her mother and a young patient, both who battled cancer, served as her motivation.
Dr. Wesley Burks, Chair of the Department of Pediatrics and Physician-in-Chief of N.C. Children's Hospital, will join the Hypersensitivity Autoimmune, and Immune-Mediated Diseases Study Section, Center for Scientific Review.
"ECMO/ECLS: We’re on! Now what? Ethical Considerations in Patient Management" will be the topic of a panel discussion co-sponsored by Respiratory Therapy and the UNC Hospital Ethics Committee. Facilitated by Respiratory Therapy Clinical Manager Neil Ryan, BSRT, the panel will feature Tony Webber, RRT; Rob Lovrich, MD; Benny Joyner, MD, MPH and Arlene Davis, RN, JD.
Upcoming events include an NCRP Educational Session and an AHRQ Webinar. Plus an invitation to take a survey on the UNC Clinical Research Management System (CRMS).
A free Introduction to Practical Evaluation Workshop will be held on Monday, June 3 from 1:00 - 3:30 p.m. at the Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention (HPDP). Project directors, interventionists, staff and students are all welcome to participate.
The purpose of this research study is to develop an algorithm to classify blood RNA gene expression patterns in such a way as to maximize agreement between the classification and a clinical assessment of the presence or absence of Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Read below for the new lab memorandum: Change in Carotene Testing on May 28, 2013.
Bivarus, Inc., the startup cofounded by Seth Glickman, MD, MBA, assistant professor in the UNC Department of Emergency Medicine, is improving patient satisfaction in the Emergency Department and the Department of Dermatology by obtaining real-time patient feedback via smart phone and email.
For those with the new Aastra Voice Over IP (VOIP) phones, there was a recent system problem that affected the indicator that alerts you if a voicemail message is waiting. If you have an Aastra VOIP phone, read on for details.
The Biological and Biomedical Sciences Program held its first reunion and symposium, bringing back alumni from the 14 BBSP PhD programs for a two-day event that featured speeches, poster sessions, seminars, and other festivities that connected faculty, students, and graduates.