Skip to main content

The below clickable headlines link directly to outside media outlets, which featured UNC School of Medicine faculty during the past week, starting Thursday April 8, 2021.

Black women turn to doulas as maternal mortality crisis deepens – Dr. Venus Standard (Good Morning America)

North Carolina pauses use of Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine at CDC, FDA urging – Dr. David Wohl (News & Observer)

After a Bumpy Vaccine Rollout, This Is How One Eastern North Carolina County Put Locals First – Dr. Lynn Fiscus (Cardinal & Pine)

Vaccine hesitancy among health care workers raises concerns – Dr. Matt Ewend (Carolina Coast Online)

UNC scientists identify molecule that’s key to brain maturation, linked to autism, epilepsy – Dr. Mohanish Deshmukh (WRAL TechWire)

After reactions trigger a pause in J&J COVID-19 vaccines, UNC Health resumes shots with no issues – Dr. David Wohl (CBS 17)

Is that yellow dust going to kill you? Everything you need to know about pollen in NC. – Dr. Saira Sheikh (Charlotte Observer)

UNC scientists identify a molecule as powerful controller of brain maturation in mammals – Dr. Mohanish Deshmukh (News Medical)

Carolina del Norte suspende el uso de la vacuna de Johnson & Johnson – Dr. David Wohl (Que Pasa)

COVID-19 impacts brains of 1 in 3 patients months after infection, how to get help – Dr. John Baratta (CBS 17)

Amid Johnson & Johnson vaccine pause, UNC health professor says ‘fantasy’ of no risk is unrealistic – Dr. Noel Brewer (ABC 11)

Dolutegravir-based ART preferable to efavirenz-based ART in pregnancy – Dr. Lameck Chinula (Healio)

Despite incredibly low blood clot risks, the J&J vaccine pause was warranted, experts say – Dr. David Wohl (Fortune)

How AI Could Upgrade Brain Stimulation Therapies – Dr. Flavio Frohlich (Gizmodo)

What causes some people to faint after COVID-19 vaccines? UNC doctor explains – Dr. David Wohl (FOX 46 Charlotte)