Protect Your Onyen! At UNC, our Onyens are usually our keys to many important sets of information including our email, our time card, even possibly our computer itself as well as whatever shared network space we are authorized to access.
The Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering, a co-venture between UNC and NC State, has published its Summer 2014 Newsletter.
Each year medical students honor faculty members and residents for excellence in teaching.
Medical students vote for their classmates for a variety of awards honoring academic excellence, compassion, and commitment to ideals.
Please be aware that if you receive calls from individuals attempting to sell you toner for your copiers, you should not place an order with them or do business with them in any way.
This September Clinical Ethics Grand Rounds will be presented by Mara Buchbinder, Ph.D, Assistant Professor of Social Medicine and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Anthropology at UNC.
Announcing the NC TraCS Open House Oct. 1, and our Scientific Writing from the Reader's Perspective course Nov. 3 and 4. Other events include Orientation for New Clinical Research Personnel, NIH F31 Workshop, and UNC Children’s Heart Collaborative Fall Symposium.
A variety of training options including classroom training, webinars, computer-based training and system demos are being offered in advance of the Oct. 1 go-live of ConnectCarolina for Finance and HR/Payroll.
Metabolites in Atherosclerotic risk--from mouse to humans and back. Does choline cause atherosclerosis?
The first Nutrition department seminar of the new academic year features Dr. Brian Bennett.
When people think about UNC and Duke, they often think about basketball rivalries, win-loss records, and March Madness. Collaboration is probably not the first thing that comes to mind. But outside athletics, these two schools are pooling their resources to create new teams to turn basic scientific discoveries into advances in patient care.
George A. “Rick” Stouffer, III, MD, has been named chief of the Division of Cardiology at the UNC School of Medicine, effective Sept. 1, 2014.
ITS Networking will be replacing Wireless Access Points in various School of Medicine buildings from now until Dec. 31, 2014. Signs will be posted in the affected buildings the day before the work is to be done. While work is being done in a building, wireless users in that building may experience brief outages to wireless network connectivity.