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NC Triangle Head for the Cure 5K

Head for the Cure Foundation Event is supported by the UNC Department of Neurosurgery Funds raised at the event will support brain tumor research at UNC Health The event is on Sunday, February 25th and the money raised directly benefits the brain tumor program at UNC Health. The attached event flier has additional information. 400 Market … Read more

UNC CCCR Speaker Series: Dr. Brian Pietrosimone

Speaker: Brian Pietrosimone, PhD, ATC (Associate Prof., Dept. of Exercise and Sport Science, UNC) Talk Title: The Biomechanical Path to Osteoarthritis Following Knee Injury and a GAIT-way to Improved Outcomes Brief Description: Optimal movement is paramount to maintaining joint health. The development and progression of osteoarthritis has been linked, in part, to altered mechanical joint loading. … Read more

Immune (check point) Related Adverse Events – Research to Practice (UNCLCN) – Free CE Credit

Immune (check point) Related Adverse Events Frances Collichio, MD • , • , Frances Collichio, MD, will review the common and uncommon side effects of immune check point inhibitors. She will also discuss the relatively new concept of delayed immune related events. Webinar Flyer Live Webinar February 28 12:00 – 1:00 PM Free Continuing Education Credit available: CME • NCPD/CNE • … Read more

Cardiovascular Grand Rounds – Michel Skaf, MD, UNC Cardiology

Dr. Skaf's topic will be "Left Atrial Appendage Occlusion: A heart team approach" You can also join virtually through WebEx: https://uncsom.webex.com/uncsom/j.php?MTID=m822e667011761cde7ac3d729afea5b5a 321 South Colombia Street Bondurant Hall, Room G100 Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514 United States Map It

Cole Haynes, PhD, of the University of Massachusetts for Pharmacology’s Seminar Series

Cole Haynes, PhD Professor of Molecular, Cell and Cancer Biology University of Massachusetts Chan Medical School Host: Lee Graves “We study how cells and organisms adapt to mitochondrial dysfunction focusing on a protective stress response known as the mitochondrial UPR. We are interested in the mechanisms by which cells evaluate mitochondrial function and the modes … Read more

Children’s Research Institute Seminar Series “Centering Adolescents in the Provision of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare”

Bianca Allison, MD, MPH is a practicing general pediatrician, health services researcher, and Assistant Professor in the Department of Pediatrics Division of General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine. Her research focuses on improving adolescent-centered sexual and reproductive healthcare delivery in primary care settings. She has received funding and authored manuscripts on biases in pediatricians’ contraceptive counseling, … Read more

48th Annual Internal Medicine Conference

Target Audience This conference is designed for internists, family physicians, generalists, advanced practice providers and other health care providers working in an adult primary care setting. Description This meeting will update attendees on the recent developments in health promotion and disease management for conditions commonly encountered in primary care, including: Point of care ultrasound to … Read more

CCSP: HIPEC Program and Management of Carcinomatosis — Free CME Credit

HIPEC Program and Management of Carcinomatosis Jeremiah (Jig) Deneve, DO, FACS CCSP/Palliative Care Grand Rounds February 28, 2024 8:00 – 9:00 AM You are invited in person at The Mary Anne Long Patient and Family Resource Center or via webinar to attend CCSP/Palliative Care Grand Round. This webinar is a part of the CCSP/Palliative Care Grand Rounds with … Read more

Oncologic Emergencies – Patient Centered Care (UNCLCN) – Free CE Credit

Oncologic Emergencies Jacob Stein, MD, MPH Coming Soon! Webinar Flyer Live Webinar March 13 12:00 – 1:00 PM Free Continuing Education Credit available: CME • NCPD/CNE • ACPE • ASRT • CTR This webinar is a part of the Patient Centered Care webinar series with the UNC Lineberger Cancer Network.

MHI Seminar Series presents MHI Keynote Speaker: Hanjoong Jo, PhD, Wallace H. Coulter Distinguished Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Emory University

MHI Seminar Series presents MHI Keynote Speaker: Hanjoong Jo, Ph.D., Wallace H. Coulter Distinguished Professor, Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering; Associate Chair-Emory; Director of Cardiovascular Biomechanics T32 Program-Emory & Georgia Tech (GT), Emory University/GT Summary of Seminar:  Dr. Jo will discuss his lab’s recent studies to understand how atherosclerosis preferentially occurs in arterial regions of … Read more