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The Children’s Research Institute & The Center for Environmental Health and Susceptibility: “Environmental Health Disparities in Maternal & Child Health“

Dr. Stephanie Eick is an Assistant Professor in the Gangarosa Department of Environmental Health at the Emory University Rollins School of Public Health. As an environmental and reproductive epidemiologist, her research focuses on the health effects of environmental chemical and non-chemical (i.e., psychosocial) stressors during pregnancy. She has a particular interest in joint effects and understanding … Read more

Clinical Data Literacy Series: Electronic Health Data Basics

Data scientists at UNC-Chapel Hill from the Program on Health and Clinical Informatics, NC TraCS, and the Program for Precision Medicine in Health Care are collaborating on a seminar series to improve clinical data literacy. Recent advances in technology have simplified the creation, collection, storage, and analysis of health care data. However, researchers and clinicians are still working to … Read more

Build Your Leadership Presence & Personal Brand

Did you know that executive presence skills rank 2nd in the top 20 leadership traits that make a difference in your career? Now, more than ever, present and future leaders must display readiness to deliver business results. To do this, you must amplify your influence, thought leadership and business acumen to lead transformational breakthroughs. This … Read more

Continuing Education: Occupational Therapy Ethics Event 2023

The UNC Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy is pleased that Dr. Micheal Sandbank will be presenting “Ethical Considerations for Enacting Evidence-Based Practice” at this year’s Ethics Event and a panel of practitioners will share their perspectives.We hope you’ll join us for this free hybrid event.  When: Monday, May 15 at 7:15 p.m. Where: Bondurant Hall G100 … Read more

Diving Deeper into Oncology Emergencies: Neutropenic Fever, Tumor Lysis Syndrome, and Anthracycline induced Heart Failure – Advanced Practice Provider (UNC Lineberger Cancer Network)

Advanced Practice Provider NCPD/CNE Live Webinar May 17 4:00–5:00 PM "4:00–5:00 PM" Laura Blanchard, MPAP, PA-C Taking a deeper dive into the most common oncologic emergencies facing oncology patients. We will discuss the clinical manifestations, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of Neutropenic Fever, Tumor Lysis Syndrome, and Anthracycline InducedHeart Failure. These topics are a good refreshers for … Read more

MHI Seminar Series presents Yibing Qyang, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Cardiovascular Medicine & Pathology; Section of Cardiovascular Medicine, Yale University, New Haven, CT

Summary of Seminar:  Familial hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) is the most common inherited cardiac disease and is typically caused by mutations in genes encoding sarcomeric proteins that regulate cardiac contractility. How dysregulated sarcomeric force production is sensed and leads to pathological remodeling remains poorly understood in HCM. Dr. Qyang’s Lab derived cardiomyocytes from patient-specific induced pluripotent … Read more

Radiation Oncology Management of Lung Cancer in NC: Update on Small-Cell Lung Cancer – Research to Practice (UNC Lineberger Cancer Network)

Research to Practice CME • NCPD/CNE • ACPE • ASRT • CTR Live Webinar May 24 12:00 – 1:00  Radiation Oncology Management of Lung Cancer in NC: Update on Small-Cell Lung Cancer Ashley Weiner, MD, PhD Ashley Weiner, MD, PhD, will focus on the role of radiotherapy for small-cell lung cancer. She will begin with an … Read more

Virtual Commemoration: Memorial Day

On Memorial Day our nation remembers the individuals who gave of themselves to the ‘last full measure of devotion’ in serving their country.  We remember and honor the selfless services and sacrifices they and their families made. UNC Health, the Equity & Inclusion Department, and the Veterans ERG invite you to join us as we … Read more

Panel Discussion: Mental Health in the AAPI Community

The UNC Health, the Equity & Inclusion Department, and the volunteers on the planning committee are inviting you to join us in recognizing Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. On May 25 there will be a panel discussion on mental health in the Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) community. For those who are able … Read more