Cultivate the confidence, strategy, and communication skills to be dynamic persuasive communicators who more easily speak up for themselves, their ideas, and their companies. They develop the ability to manage fear and self-defeating thoughts connected to "going for the yes," and learn how to address other people's objections by staying flexible, listener-centered, and on message.
Clinicians and researchers will explore the use of machine learning tools and precision medicine techniques in clinical research. This session will feature an overview of machine learning tools in the field of precision medicine and address how they may be used to inform decision support for peripheral artery disease and rare genetic diseases.
Title Of Talk: “Genetic effects on gene expression and cardiometabolic traits” Summary of Seminar: Dr. Mohlke will describe genetic approaches to identify genes that influence cardiometabolic diseases and traits, such as obesity and high cholesterol levels. Starting with genome-wide studies of genetic variants associated with these traits, she will describe how genome-wide gene expression and … Read more
Please join the UNCLCN for this Advanced Practice Provider lecture with Melissa Matson, MSN, RN, AGPCNP-BC. Wednesday, May 18, from 4:00 to 5:00 PM. More information and registration at unclcn.org/05182022.
Dr. Byrdsong will discuss how research staff can leverage the multi-faceted nature of clinical research to launch career development opportunities that contribute to either clinical research, industry, or academia at the highest level.
"Creating Connections: An Introduction to the Alda Method" is a two-hour live, online workshop designed to help scientists and researchers learn to engage and inspire diverse audiences through effective communication, with a particular focus on virtual interactions. Participants will learn how to balance being prepared with responding at the moment to address questions. The program emphasizes universal communication strategies, including avoiding jargon, and technical skills for creating engagement online, including camera angles and sound levels.
One UNC Health is the overarching strategic vision for our health care system, and it includes the important work happening across the School of Medicine. Please join us on May 20 at noon to learn more about how your work and your teams play a vital role in this system-wide effort.
APT Refresher Town Hall on Associate Professors with Vice Dean for Strategic Initiatives Cam Enarson and Associate Dean for DEI Faculty Access and Success Kim Nichols https://zoom.us/j/92058958063?pwd=c1NwNWxwdUV4a3BFK2pzWFBUSzdrZz09 Meeting ID: 920 5895 8063 Passcode: 780202
This interactive online workshop will focus on semi-structured interviewing, a data collection method used in qualitative research. Participants will have the opportunity to practice developing interview questions and using interviewing skills.
Join FPG's Frontier program and the Equity Research Action Coalition for a workshop, Dual Impact of COVID-19 and Systematic Racism and Inequity on Children's Developmental Trajectories in the Early Years: Interdisciplinary Conversations and Creation of a Research-Policy Agenda for Children in Child Welfare, Tribal Communities, and with Incarcerated Parents. This event is sponsored by the Carolina Seminar Series.
For the 2nd Dr. Curtis Harper Distinguished Lectureship, UNC Pharmacology will host Namandjé Bumpus, Ph.D., for a lecture titled, “Genetic Variation in Pathways of Anti-HIV Drug Toxicity and Activation.” Bumpus is the E.K. Marshall and Thomas H. Maren Professor and Chair in the Department of Pharmacology and Molecular Sciences at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. … Read more
A panel discussion will focus on how researchers and clinicians at UNC can integrate machine learning techniques into their own clinical research. Are you a clinician with an idea for how patient care could be improved with computational decision support tools? Pitch your idea (5-10 minute overview) to assembled machine learning experts. Receive expert guidance and compete for funding from the UNC Program for Precision Medicine in Health Care for analytical support to develop your project.