August 15

Accepting Applications for Bridge / Boost Funding

The UNC School of Medicine is now accepting applications for the first round of Bridge / Boost Funding for Fiscal Year 2020. The deadline for applications is October 2, 2019

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Call for Applications – Making the Case Faculty Development Program

Making the Case is a highly interactive program designed to help faculty transform an idea into a compelling proposal. Over the course of three sessions, participants will develop or refine their idea, identify key stakeholders, receive coaching from leaders across the institution, and practice pitching their idea in a low-stakes environment.

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List your UNC study now to boost recruitment

UNC has a free website that allows anyone who is interested to find and express interest in a research study taking place at UNC. Any UNC study or trial that is recruiting human subjects can easily list a study on this website and be contacted by potentially eligible participants.

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Karyn Stitzenberg - Meeting the Needs of Her Patients

Karyn Stitzenberg - Meeting the Needs of Her Patients

Karyn Stitzenberg, MD, MPH, is an Associate Professor of Surgery in the Division of Surgical Oncology at UNC in Chapel Hill. She is also an adjunct professor in the Department of Health Policy Management. She discusses what a surgical oncologist is, her goals when she sits down with a patient for the first time, and how the team works together to put our patients at ease.

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Living Kidney Donor: A Connection Spanning Over 2,500 Miles

Living Kidney Donor: A Connection Spanning Over 2,500 Miles

After seeing a Facebook post about a friend in need of a kidney, Doug Neumann, filled out the paperwork to see if he could be a match and ultimately a living kidney donor. Doug hit challenges during the testing process but was able to connect with Amy Woodard, the Kidney Transplant Coordinator at UNC, who cleared the way in making the kidney donation a reality, forever impacting the lives of two families.

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2019 Symposium on the State of Transgender Health at UNC

2019 Symposium on the State of Transgender Health at UNC

Please "Save the Date" for this year's Symposium on the State of Transgender Health at UNC - October 25, 2019.

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Save the Date for Student Research Day

On October 14th, the John B. Graham Medical Student Research Society is hosting the 52nd annual Student Research Day in MBRB. This year’s speaker is Gregory Berns, who will be presenting his research on the neurobiology behind how dogs love humans at 12:00 noon in MBRB 2204.

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NC Academy of Sleep Medicine Conference

The North Carolina Academy of Sleep Medicine is holding it's annual conference Nov. 2nd from 8am-6pm with networking reception from 6pm-7:30pm. Multiple UNC School of Medicine researchers and physicians will be speaking at the event, including Bradley Vaughn, MD, Greg Essick, DDS, PhD, and Flavio Frohlic, PhD. Research abstract submission deadline is Sept. 1st, 2019. This event is jointly sponsored by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the UNC School of Dentistry.

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Machine Learning and Medical Imaging at Google AI

Dr. Tse will discuss a variety of ongoing Google projects in AI and medical imaging.

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Meet the Students and Mentors of the Clinician Leadership in Quality and Safety Scholarly Concentration

The Clinician Leadership in Quality and Safety Scholarly Concentration builds quality improvement and leadership skills of future clinicians. These skills are developed around the science of improving access, cost, effectiveness, equity and safety in patient care.

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Your Health: When Children Are Caregivers

Your Health: When Children Are Caregivers

This weekend on YOUR HEALTH®, Adam and guest co-hosts Dr. Shiara Ortiz-Pujols and Dr. Stephen Hooper welcome Dr. Betsy Olson -- professor of geography and global studies at UNC-Chapel Hill -- for a conversation about when children are responsible for providing care for other members of their families.

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