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Conflict Engagement as a Leadership Competency

Join the University Ombuds Office for a presentation and discussion of conflict in the workplace. This workshop will provide attendees with resources and tools to approach conflict situations as opportunities for professional development and personal growth. FALD Professional Development Series and the Office of the Dean Presents welcomes you to join us for lunch and … Read more

Unveiling the CDWH GeoService: Empowering Geospatial Research at UNC

Join NC TraCS for an insightful hour-long webinar as the Informatics & Data Science team introduces the CDWH GeoService, designed exclusively for the research community. Delve into the world of geospatial identification, including geocoding and data linkage activities to unlock invaluable geographical-level insights. Discover a wealth of data, including American Community Survey statistics, Area Deprivation … Read more

Geriatric Oncology Symposium: 2023 Cancer and Aging Research

Geriatric Oncology Symposium: 2023 Cancer and Aging Research</a Live Seminar Friday, December 1 9:00 am – 4:30 pm Paul J. Rizzo Center 150 Dubose Home Ln Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27517 United States Map It This webinar is a part of the The 2023 Cancer and Aging Research Symposium will be held on Friday, December 1, … Read more

NC TraCS Biostatistics Seminar Series: Nonparametric Curve Estimation: Data Exploration and Inference

The NC TraCS Biostatistics Seminar Series helps clinical and translational researchers collaborate more effectively with consulting biostatisticians by building deeper understanding of key statistical concepts and methods. Researchers then are better able to (1) evaluate relevance of the concept or method for research aim(s) definition and choice of study design; and (2) properly interpret the results of … Read more

High Impact Hepatology

The practice of clinical Hepatology remains challenging for many gastroenterologists due to rapidly changing disease management paradigms and often complex, critically-ill patients. The 21st Annual High Impact Hepatology program is specifically designed to bring the latest information from national and international meetings to gastroenterology healthcare providers. Advances in nonalcoholic steatohepatitis, alcohol induced liver disease, liver … Read more

Complete Genomics T7 Sequencer Workshop with HTSF

In January 2024, the HTSF Will be receiving the T7 sequencing system by Complete Genomics. This new system optimizes the efficiency and productivity of the whole genome, deep exome, epigenome, transcriptome, single-cell omics, spatial omics, and other large sequencing projects while ensuring flexibility by providing four independent flow cells. We are hosting a workshop to … Read more

MHI Seminar Series presents Walter Lee Murfee, III, PhD, from the J. Crayton Pruitt Family Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Florida

Summary of Seminar:  Understanding angiogenesis, similar to other physiological processes, requires identifying multiple cell, system, and environmental interactions. A challenge is identifying these dynamics when you cannot observe them using traditional experimental approaches. Fundamental questions still remain unanswered. What cells are involved? Where do cells come from? Where do cells go? This presentation will highlight … Read more

Alternative Treatments for Keratinocyte Malignancies – UNCLCN Live Webinar – Free CME Credit

Alternative Treatments for Keratinocyte Malignancies Puneet Singh Jolly, MD, PhD Keratinocyte neoplasms are by far the most common malignancy in the world. While surgical treatments remain the most common and most effective therapy, there are numerous emerging non-surgical techniques. We will discuss these and the rationale for using such treatments, particularly in specific challenging clinical scenarios. Webinar … Read more

The CRI in Collaboration with Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine “A Lung Three Pointer: Integrin Regulation of Branching, Cilia, and the Basement Membrane”

Dr. Plosa’s research program investigates the role of cell-extracellular matrix (ECM) interactions during lung development, alveolar homeostasis, and repair. Her lab has developed organ specific models that are combined with state-of-the-art cell biological techniques to define fundamental mechanisms whereby integrins regulate epithelial cell behavior in both health and disease. Her laboratory has previously shown that … Read more