July 9

 HIV and Coronavirus: Q & A with David Margolis

HIV and Coronavirus: Q & A with David Margolis

David Margolis, MD, director of Carolina’s HIV Cure Center, was interviewed by The Well on how HIV and SARS-CoV-2 differ, how far the science has evolved since HIV first emerged, and why he’s hopeful about a COVID-19 vaccine.

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In Remembrance of Daniel Kaufer

In Remembrance of Daniel Kaufer

Daniel Ian Kaufer, MD, a professor in the department of neurology for 17 years, passed away on July 2 after a brief battle with cancer. Dr. Kaufer was a masterful clinician, prolific researcher, passionate advocate and beloved mentor. A memorial is set for July 23.

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Carolina Collective Launched to Meet Challenges for Fall Semester

Carolina Collective Launched to Meet Challenges for Fall Semester

The Carolina Collective launched an open call for creative ideas on how to meet the challenges of the upcoming fall semester, with the goal of identifying and implementing exceptional ideas.

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Johnson Focuses on Rising Maternal Health Disparities Among Black Women

Johnson Focuses on Rising Maternal Health Disparities Among Black Women

Jasmine Johnson, MD, third-year Maternal-Fetal Medicine fellow and clinical instructor in the UNC Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, dedicates her research efforts on Black maternal health disparities and quality improvement efforts to reduce maternal mortality and morbidity.

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JAMA Surgery Scores Again with Record-Setting Impact Factor

JAMA Surgery Scores Again with Record-Setting Impact Factor

JAMA Surgery journal scores again with another record-setting impact factor of 13.625, maintaining its status as the top surgery journal in the world and the highest ranked surgical journal in history.

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Consider submitting a letter of interest, CV for SOM Individualization Phase Co-Director Position

Consider submitting a letter of interest, CV for SOM Individualization Phase Co-Director Position

The School of Medicine seeks an eager leader with teaching experience to serve in the role of Individualization Phase Co-Director, as Dr. Peadar Noone transitions from this leadership role.

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Nielsen Contributes to New AUA Hematuria Guidelines

Nielsen Contributes to New AUA Hematuria Guidelines

The 2020 American Urological Association Guideline for Evaluation of Hematuria lays out individualized, risk-stratified recommendations to promote early identification of genitourinary cancers while minimizing harms and costs from potentially avoidable imaging and invasive testing. Matthew Nielsen, MD, professor and interim chair of the UNC Department of Urology, was a panelist and contributing author.

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McGinty Leads Creation of Radiology’s Global Health Leadership Pathway for Residents

McGinty Leads Creation of Radiology’s Global Health Leadership Pathway for Residents

UNC's Department of Radiology offers educational track for residents with interest in global health. Katrina McGinty, MD, clinical assistant professor in the UNC Department of Radiology, initiated the creation and development of a Global Health Leadership Pathway for diagnostic and interventional radiology residents.

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Thomas Volunteers with Meals on Wheels in Response to COVID-19 Pandemic

Thomas Volunteers with Meals on Wheels in Response to COVID-19 Pandemic

Second-year physician assistant studies student Jessica Thomas chose to volunteer with Meals on Wheels as a part of an elective medical management course.

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Research Resilience in the Age of COVID-19: Insights from Sponsors and Investigators

The North Carolina Translational and Clinical Sciences (NC TraCS) Institute and our colleagues at the Duke and Wake Forest CTSA invite you to a virtual discussion: Research Resilience in the Age of COVID-19: Insights from Sponsors and Investigators.

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PROMISE Study Seeking Underrepresented Assistant Professors for Peer Group Mentoring Research

UNC is part of a national effort, funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Diversity Program Consortium, to identify best mentoring practices for scientists underrepresented in biomedical research.

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Expecting the Unexpected

Expecting the Unexpected

Myron Cohen, MD, and several colleagues in the division of infectious diseases and the UNC Institute for Global Health and Infectious Diseases, were featured in this in-depth "Time and Tenacity" Endeavors magazine article on HIV and COVID-19 research.

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2021 University Teaching Awards nominations open

The spring 2021 awards recognize professors, staff and graduate teaching assistants at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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Epic@UNC Quarterly Release, planned downtime scheduled for July 12

Epic@UNC Quarterly Release, planned downtime scheduled for July 12

On Sunday morning, July 12, Epic@UNC will be upgraded across UNC Health Care during our next quarterly release.

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WATCH: COVID-19 Testing with Dr. Miller

WATCH: COVID-19 Testing with Dr. Miller

Our July 8 UNC Health Media Briefing features Dr. Melissa Miller, Director of the Clinical Microbiology and Molecular Microbiology Laboratories for UNC Health and a Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the UNC School of Medicine, speaking about COVID-19 testing.

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