The Department of Medicine cordially invites you to a retirement party to honor and celebrate Dr. James Bryan II, MD.
The Carolina Center for Genome Sciences is pleased to host a seminar by Dr. Christopher Austin, Director of the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS/NIH), on Friday, Feb. 21. The seminar is part of the Jeffrey L. Houpt Lectures in Genome Sciences.
Andy Kiser, MD, chief of the UNC Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery, and James Zidar, MD, cardiologist with North Carolina Heart and Vascular, talked about heart health on "Rex On Call" on WRAL on Feb. 17, 2014.
A new resource helps researchers develop chemical signatures of health and disease.
The Carolina Center for Public Service announces the call for applications for Class V of the Thorp Faculty Engaged Scholars program (FES). This program is designed to help advance the engaged scholarship of Carolina faculty. Applications are due by March 3.
Stephanie Engel, PhD, associate professor of Epidemiology at the School of Public Health, will lead a conversation on endocrine disruptors and their adverse effects on children’s development at a special Carolina Science Cafe at Flyleaf Books.
Modeled after the Public Health Leadership Program at the Gillings School of Global Public Health, ACCLAIM is developing a new generation of leaders at the School of Medicine, while furthering the School's research mission, strengthening teaching, and improving care for patients.
Upcoming events include "Catalyzing Translational Innovation" with Dr. Christopher Austin, Drug Development and Discovery, Data in the Life Sciences at NC A&T, and the NIH Eastern Regional Comprehensive Metabolomics Resource Core Symposium at RTI International.
Read this important information about the "Physician Sunshine Act."
Please read this notice if you have questions about coding your time after last week's snow event.
The N.C. Children's Hospital annual report highlights accomplishments from fiscal year 2013.
A new phone scam making the rounds involves scammers trying to trick a victim into redialing a number, which results in international toll charges plus $9 per minute.
Ultrasound screening for aortic aneurysms is vital for patients at high risk