Check out this selection of news stories featuring UNC School of Medicine faculty from the week of November 6-12, 2020.
The below clickable headlines link directly to outside media outlets, which featured UNC School of Medicine faculty during the past week, from Friday November 6 to Thursday November 12.
Pfizer vaccine promising, but we can’t let our guard down – Dr. David Wohl (WRAL)
An Explanation for Some Covid-19 Deaths May Not Be Holding Up – Dr. William Fischer (New York Times)
For Childhood Eye Cancer, Researchers Investigating “Packaged” CAR T Cells – Dr. Barbara Salvodo (NCI Cancer Currents)
Studies find mixed results for tocilizumab to treat COVID-19 – Dr. Jonathan Parr (Healio)
New record: NC reports 2,908 new cases of coronavirus – Dr. Emily Sickbert-Bennett (WRAL)
Covid-19 Testing Saps Supplies Needed for Other Medical Tests – Dr. Melissa Miller (Wall Street Journal)
Everything You Need to Know About Covid-19 Testing Before the Holidays – Dr. Melissa Miller (Elemental Medium)
Psychologist: Open minds, not extremes will heal polarized U.S. – Dr. Crystal Schiller (WRAL)
Army doctors, nurses come to Chapel Hill to get experience treating trauma patients – Dr. Daryhl Johnson (News & Observer)
UNC research indicates COVID-19 isn’t mutating significantly, so vaccines should work – Dr. Dirk Dittmer (News & Observer)
5 reasons teens should limit caffeine – Dr. Ty Bristol (WRAL)