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The below clickable headlines link directly to outside media outlets, which featured UNC School of Medicine faculty during the past week, starting Friday September 9, 2022.

UNC Earns 4th Consecutive NIH Autism Centers of Excellence Grant – Dr. Joe Piven (Mirage News)

With increased virus activity, providers urged to be alert for signs of rare polio-like syndrome in kids – Dr. Matthew Vogt (STAT News)

Acute Flaccid Myelitis: Drawing Attention Amid the Peak Months – Dr. Matthew Vogt (Neurology Live)

Episode 70: Raising Awareness of Acute Flaccid Myelitis – Dr. Matthew Vogt (Neurology Live)

Poliomyelitis: What to do and how to manage a suspected case – Dr. Matthew Vogt (SRNA)

Moral distress common among providers in safety net clinics during pandemic – Dr. Donald E. Pathman (Healio)

Campus community can now get flu and COVID boosters with no appointment necessary – Dr. Amir Barzin (The Daily Tarheel)

Q & A with Dr. Wohl: What to expect from Omicron-specific COVID boosters – Dr. David Wohl (NC Health News)

People with HIV make up more than half monkeypox cases in NC – Dr. David Wohl (WRAL)

5 things parents need to know about monkeypox – Dr. David Wohl (WRAL)

What to expect from Omicron-specific boosters – Dr. David Wohl (Triangle NewsHub)

Fact check: New COVID-19 boosters were tested in just 8 mice? Should it matter? – Dr. David Wohl (CBS17)

The benefits of treating patients at home instead of in the hospital – Dr. Meera Udayakumar (NC Health News)

UNC autism center lands 5-year $12 million federal grant –  Dr. Jessica Girault (WRAL Tech Wire)

Q & A with Dr. Wohl: What to expect from Omicron-specific COVID boosters – Dr. David Wohl (WUNC)

UNC Med students to hospital brass: Stop blocking Medicaid expansion – Dr. Wesley Burks, Alan Wolf (WRAL)

CDC Warns of Increased Respiratory Virus Among Children That Can Cause Polio-Like Paralysis – Dr. Matthew Vogt (Everyday Health)