The Phase III trial of the world’s most clinically advanced malaria vaccine candidate, known as RTS,S, got underway earlier this month in Lilongwe, Malawi. The first dose of this investigational vaccine was administered at UNC Project-Malawi under the auspices of the Institute for Global Health & Infectious Diseases.
This is the fourth in a series from UNC Health Care that focuses on the stories of UNC Hospitals patients and their families who live in the SECU Family House at UNC Hospitals while receiving or awaiting treatment.
The two families who raised the most money for the Run, Walk & Roll, which benefits all pediatric rehabilitation programs within the UNC Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, each won a one-week stay at an ocean-front beach house.
What do a brain surgeon and a head and neck surgeon have in common? Well, if you ask Drs. Anand Germanwala and Adam Zanation, a lot. In fact, they have the multidisciplinary approach down to a science.
UNC Health Care and Siemens Healthcare have signed a five-year joint design and development agreement. The agreement allows our medical informatics experts and physicians to work with Siemens to improve our internal IT infrastructure and assist in the creation of new commercial solutions. Our initial work together will be geared toward the augmentation of WebCIS.
It is important to remember the following points regarding privacy and protected health information (PHI). These points are especially important to keep in mind when working with external e-mail accounts and services.
The NC TraCS Institute Biostatistics and Education, Training and Career Development Cores are pleased to announce the new Biostatistics Seminar Series for Clinical and Translational Science Investigators.
Vera Moura, M.D., will teach three-month courses of Mind-Body Skills tailored specifically to health-care professionals and for the general public. Attendance requires an interview with Dr. Moura; each group is limited to eight participants.
UNC-Chapel Hill helps sponsor Aware for All on Sept. 12, from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., at North Carolina Central University's School of Education. AWARE for All is an educational program that is free and open to the public for the purpose of providing education to help people make informed decisions about clinical research participation.