Hands-on activity with vehicles of all kinds. The event is a joint fundraiser for UNC Children's and Boy Scout Troop 39.
The CLER (Clinical Learning Environment Review) visit is a critical aspect of our accreditation as an institutional sponsor for all of our Graduate Medical Education programs at UNC Hospitals.
The seminar is the first in a planned series of talks at the UNC-GSK HIV Cure Center. Daniel R. Kuritzkes, MD, chair of the AIDS Clinical Trials Group and Infectious Diseases Division Chief at Brigham and Women's Hospital, will give a lecture titled "Challenges in HIV Cure Research."
UNC Health Alliance, UNC Health Care's clinically integrated network, has recently released the first edition of its quarterly newsletter.
The Blythe Lecture takes place each year in honor of William Blythe, MD, who was a distinguished and admired former chief of the Division of Nephrology at UNC. This year's lecture will take place on Wednesday, April 20 at 4:00 p.m. in G-100 Bondurant Hall. Richard Glassock, MD, will present "Auto-immunity in Glomerular Disease: 50 years of Progress."
This weekend on YOUR HEALTH®, Adam, Cristy and guest co-host Michael Baca-Atlas, MD, will be talking with Farr Curlin, MD, professor of Medicine and Medical Humanities at the Duke University Medical Center. The theme of the conversation will be "The Role of the Physician and Physician-Assisted Death."
The Blythe Lecture takes place each year in honor of William Blythe, MD, who was a distinguished and admired former chief of the Division of Nephrology at UNC. This year's lecture will take place on Wednesday, April 20 at 4:00 p.m. in G-100 Bondurant Hall. Richard Glassock, MD, professor emeritus at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, will present "Auto-immunity in Glomerular Disease: 50 Years of Progress."
Joy Renner, the director for the Division of Radiologic Science in the Department of Allied Health Sciences, is one of six recipients of this year's C. Knox Massey Distinguished Service Award, one of the most coveted distinctions earned by faculty and staff at UNC.
The panel will include employers, job coaches and employees who have autism. Light refreshments will be provided.
The UNC Dragon’s Lair competition is a unique shark-tank like competition for residents at UNC to showcase and receive feedback for potential or ongoing projects in medical education.
UNC physicians certified by one of the 21 American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) member boards participating in the ABMS Portfolio Program can earn MOC Part IV credit for participating in improvement projects at UNC.
The Center is accepting letters of interest that will advance the understanding of gambling disorders through innovative, multi-disciplinary research investigations. Applicants must have a PhD, MD or other terminal degree. Applicants may request up to $35,000 plus 15 percent F&A for a period of no more than three years. Deadline is June 1.
The National Center for Responsible Gaming is accepting applications to support a variety of research activities, exploring the etiology, prevention and treatment of gambling disorders. Award amount is up to $30,000 for one year. Application deadline is August 1.
The Rheumatology Research Foundation is accepting letters of interest and applications for various RFPs: the Innovative Research Award, the Career Development Bridge Funding Award: K Bridge, and the Scientist Development Award. Award amounts and deadlines vary depending on the program.
The Muscular Dystrophy Association is accepting letters of interest for two programs: Investigator-Initiated Research Grants and Young Investigator Development Grants. Award amounts vary depending on the program. LOIs are due June 15.
CurePsP is acceping applications for research projects that help generate an integrated picture of progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP) and related disorders at the molecular, cellular, and clinical levels. Successful proposals must align with the Foundation's goal of supporting research that can advance the understanding, treatment, and prevention of PSP and other diseases. Award amount is up to $100,000 over three years. Application deadline is July 15.
Hit for Cancer is a family event benefiting UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center Immunotherapy Research. The event features cardio tennis for all ages and level and highlights the benefits of fitness for the patient, family and caregiver during the rigorous treatment, stress and recovery through the cancer journey.