Sept. 6

Charles appointed to two new leadership roles at UNC-Chapel Hill

Charles appointed to two new leadership roles at UNC-Chapel Hill

Anthony Charles, MD, MPH, Associate Professor of Surgery, has been appointed the new Chief of the Division of General and Acute Care Surgery as well as the inaugural Surgical Director of the Institute of Global Health effective September 1, 2018.

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NRP Networking Event: Meet the IRB 9/14 1-3pm

The NRP is starting a new networking series to give folks informal opportunities to meet the staff who help us make our research projects happen. The first event is with the UNC IRB. There will be coffee, refreshments and a fun getting to know you game with prizes so please stop by and say “Hello!” In order to help us ensure we have enough for everyone please register: https://unc.live/2wr8Cqw

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New Men’s Health Program to Match NC TraCS Pilot Grants

The UNC Men's Health Program is supporting research designed to address the health care and social issues of Men's Health.

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Yang Family Biomedical Scholars Seminar

Annual seminar to honor the research of the most recent SOM faculty recipients of the Yang Scholars Award.

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Children's Research Institute Seminar Series: "Cross-blood-brain-barrier Gene Delivery for Treating Neuropathic Lysosomal Storage Diseases"

The Children’s Research Institute Seminar Series presents its September speaker, Haiyan Fu, PhD, for her talk, "Cross-blood-brain-barrier Gene Delivery for Treating Neuropathic Lysosomal Storage Diseases."

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Thrombosis & Hemostasis Seminar

Dr. Renata Grozovsky, Harvard Medical School Title: Glycan remodeling to regulate platelet homeostasis

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Orientation for New Clinical Research Personnel

This five part orientation is strongly recommended for all clinical research personnel who are new to UNC or new to research. The objectives are to introduce research personnel to the UNC offices involved in clinical trials, discuss the federal and local regulations governing conduct of research, and provide an overview of best practices utilized in the implementation of clinical research.

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Kids Matter! Research to Action in Children's Environmental Health

The symposium will bring together scientists, clinicians, public health professionals and community advocates interested in emerging research in the field of children’s environmental health to stimulate scientific collaboration and communication within and across disciplines.

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Janelle Bludorn, PA-C, Awarded NCAPA’s 2018 PA of the Year award

Janelle Bludorn, PA-C, Awarded NCAPA’s 2018 PA of the Year award

Bludorn is the first Physician Assistant Studies faculty member to receive this award since the program's inception in 2016.

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Pillsbury receives Order of the Long Leaf Pine

Pillsbury receives Order of the Long Leaf Pine

At his retirement ceremony on Aug. 13, Harold C. Pillsbury, MD, was honored with the Order of the Long Leaf Pine, among the highest honors awarded in the state of North Carolina.

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Early results boost hopes for historic gene editing attempt – Dr. Joseph Muenzer (Associated Press)

The AP's story featuring Dr. Muenzer and the in vivo gene editing trial has also been published in USA Today, TIME, Science Magazine, The Scientist and Nature, among other news outlets.

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Intervention Improves ART Uptake and Decreases Mortality among HIV Infected People who Inject Drugs

Intervention Improves ART Uptake and Decreases Mortality among HIV Infected People who Inject Drugs

UNC researchers, including Irving Hoffman, were part of a team that found an integrated intervention increased HIV medication uptake and decreased mortality among people living with HIV who inject drugs at three international sites. Their results were published in The Lancet.

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Dr. Roper to speak at Sept. 14 event on transforming health care in North Carolina

Speakers at the event will identify further steps that will improve the state’s health outcomes, slow cost growth and reduce disparities.

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