May 24

Dermatology Residents Win 2019 Dermoscopy Bowl

Dermatology Residents Win 2019 Dermoscopy Bowl

The UNC Department of Dermatology is proud to announce that the UNC Resident Dermoscopy Team won this year at the American Academy of Dermatology Annual Meeting.

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Latest Grant Awards to SOM Faculty

Listing of recent competitive grant awards to SOM faculty

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Third Edition of Social Medicine Reader Published

Third Edition of Social Medicine Reader Published

Six current and two former faculty from UNC's department of social medicine are editors of the newly published, two-volume title.

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Improvement Leaders Program is Launched

Improvement Leaders Program is Launched

Dr. Tom Ivester, Chief Medical Officer of UNC Medical Center, officially launched the Improvement Leaders Program on April 25, 2019 in Bondurant G-030. The Improvement Leaders Program is a new initiative at UNC designed to be an immersive learning experience focused on helping clinical leaders develop competencies in leadership and quality improvement.

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Samantha Meltzer-Brody Receives APA Award for Promoting Women’s Health

Samantha Meltzer-Brody Receives APA Award for Promoting Women’s Health

Meltzer-Brody is the recipient of the 2019 Alexandra Symonds Award, given in recognition of outstanding contributions and leadership in promoting women’s health and the advancement of women.

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Valerie Tan Receives 2019 Manager of the Year Award from University Managers Association

Valerie Tan Receives 2019 Manager of the Year Award from University Managers Association

The University Managers Association (UMA) has presented its top honor, the 2019 Manager of the Year Award, to Valerie Tan, Associate Chair for Administration in the UNC School of Medicine Department of Allied Health Sciences.

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'Smart' insulin could reduce dangerous complications of diabetes treatment

'Smart' insulin could reduce dangerous complications of diabetes treatment

Researchers published a new study, supported by the North Carolina Translational and Clinical Sciences (NC TraCS) Institute, showing how a "smart" insulin patch could reduce dangerous complications in people who use the drug to manage diabetes.

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Surgery Grand Rounds, Keith Lillemoe, MD, “Surgical Decision Making: Getting Some Right and Some Wrong” 

Dr. Keith Lillemoe, W. Gerald Austen Professor of Surgery at Harvard Medical School, will discuss decisions that have affected his career as well as clinical care.

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2019 Medical Staff Survey Now Available

On May 20, medical staff members received a link to participate in the 2019 Medical Staff Survey in an email from "Survey Solutions" (surveys@advisory.com). This link is unique and should not be forwarded. The survey itself should take 5-10 minutes to complete. View details at this Intranet link,

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New School of Medicine Strategic Plan “Forward Together” Research Initiative to Encourage Joint Hires between Clinical and Basic Science Departments

As part of strategic efforts to increase interdisciplinary translational research, the SOM Office of Research (OoR) is sponsoring a new initiative to support joint faculty hires in research between clinical and basic science departments. Clinical and Basic Science Departments that would like to partner and jointly recruit a research faculty member in the fall of 2019 are encouraged to submit an application to be considered for support.

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