The annual Krispy Kreme Challenge race will be held on Feb. 14, 2015. Runners take off at 8:30 a.m. UNC Children's Hospital is the sole recipient of the funds raised at the event. Last year the race raised $200,000.
Due to inclement weather, the 4th annual NC Child Hunger Leaders Conference has been rescheduled for March 18.
UNC’s Office of Information Systems shares bite-size IT security tips for users. As security concerns become more a part of our everyday life, awareness is one of our best allies. For more information, contact your local IT Support or chat with us at help.med.unc.edu.
Watch Chancellor Carol Folt's 2014 Holiday Card which features intricate illustrations by UNC undergraduates and a performance of the song "Sleigh Bells" by the Harmonyx.
During the holiday season, School of Medicine buildings will be locked, but accessible by badge access on days designated as holidays by the UNC calendar. Access protocol will be the same one used on weekends. Happy Holidays!
A team including Michael Harrigan, MD, Ana Felix, MBBCh, Dale Quirke, MD, Kurt Gilliland, PhD, and Julie Messina, MA, has won $3,000 to evaluate various ultrasound training methods for medical students.
Read the latest North Carolina AHEC Program newsletter, featuring a message from Director Warren Newton, MD, and other important updates and information.
UNC’s Office of Information Systems will be posting bite-size IT Security tips for our users. This edition focuses on upcoming changes to the VPN client required for off-campus access to on-campus resources.
This weekend on YOUR HEALTH® Adam Goldstein and Cristy Paige will be joined by Dr. Woodie Kessel, former Assistant Surgeon General of the United States. The topic of discussion will be: The Surgeon General of the United States: Past, Present, and Future.
UNC Center for Excellence in Community Mental Health to expand its integrated primary and behavioral care
Robin Reed, MD, MPH, assistant professor of psychiatry and director for the Center’s integrated care program, is the principal investigator for the four-year grant.
Submissions for the current round of SOM Bridge Funding are currently being accepted. The deadline for submission is Jan. 15, 2015.
A registered nurse and professor in the School of Nursing, Deborah Mayer is also a national pioneer in research on cancer survivorship. Earlier this year, she was named director of cancer survivorship at the UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, where she leads the effort to enhance clinical and research initiatives for cancer survivors.
The law students and volunteer attorneys process about 30 documents a month at clinics held the second and fourth Fridays outside of the Patient and Family Resource Center within the N.C. Cancer Hospital. They meet with cancer patients and their families there to talk about legal documents the patients often need: financial powers of attorney, health-care powers of attorney and living wills.
Newly formed in 2014, the UNC Movember Network -- a dynamic group of students, educators, researchers, scientists, professionals, friends and extended family – committed itself locally to a global fundraising campaign in support of men’s health programs.
Vital Signs will be published on Tuesday, Dec. 23. Submissions will be due Monday by 5 p.m.
Don't forget about The Center for Innovation's Innovation Pilot Awards. The deadline to apply for the $50,000 award is Jan. 14, 2015.
This week, second-year students have scattered across North Carolina, developing and enhancing their skills at clinics from Murphy to Morehead City. To highlight the reach of the School of Medicine in our state and to thank the community preceptors who have agreed to host our students, students are participating in a social media campaign highlighted on the School of Medicine Facebook page.
Two free drop-in photography sessions will be held for all School of Medicine staff members in January 2015.