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The latest videos from UNC Health Care and the UNC School of Medicine.

Dr. Burks' Co-Worker Update: Sept. 24

Dr. Burks' Co-Worker Update: Sept. 24

The emotional health and well-being of co-workers across UNC Health is a top priority. In this week's video, Dr. Wesley Burks highlights the support resources available and shares some ways we can all support each other.

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Herce Answers Common Questions about COVID-19 Clinical Trials in Spanish Language Video

Herce Answers Common Questions about COVID-19 Clinical Trials in Spanish Language Video

In an effort to broaden participation in clinical trials for COVID-19 vaccines and treatments, Michael Herce, MD, MPH, assistant professor of medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases, participated in a Q&A style video in Spanish.

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UNC Health Media Briefing: Melissa Miller, PhD, on the state of COVID-19 Testing

UNC Health Media Briefing: Melissa Miller, PhD, on the state of COVID-19 Testing

In the latest UNC Health COVID-19 media briefing, Melissa Miller, PhD, discussed many aspects of testing for COVID-19, including the importance of testing during the upcoming flu season. You can watch the entire briefing here.

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A Message from Dr. Burks: Highlighting Carolina Care

A Message from Dr. Burks: Highlighting Carolina Care

In this week's update, Dr. Wesley Burks, CEO of UNC Health and Dean of the UNC School of Medicine, recognizes our commitment to Carolina Care and shares stories from across the system of caregivers going above and beyond for patients and each other.

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UNC Health Media Briefing with UNC Experts - Flu Season During a Global Pandemic

UNC Health Media Briefing with UNC Experts - Flu Season During a Global Pandemic

On September 9, UNC Health's media briefing featured Dr. Cheryl Jackson, chief of the division of pediatric emergency medicine and professor of pediatrics at the UNC School of Medicine, and Dr. Amir Barzin, assistant professor of family medicine and a leader of the COVID-19 Respiratory Diagnostic Center in Chapel Hill.

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NC TraCS features three UNC researchers in new video

NC TraCS features three UNC researchers in new video

This video highlights three researchers who show ground-breaking possibilities with TraCS support.

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UNC Graduate Medical Education Releases Resident Recruitment Video

UNC Graduate Medical Education Releases Resident Recruitment Video

For an overview of the resident experience at UNC, we invite you to view our resident recruitment video. Faculty are encouraged to share the video on social media.

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Dr. Burks Weekly Update: Aug. 13

Dr. Burks Weekly Update: Aug. 13

In this week's update, Dr. Wesley Burks, CEO of UNC Health and Dean of the UNC School of Medicine, provides an update on the work of the UNC Health System Executive Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Council and shares multiple ways for co-workers to get involved.

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Dr. Burks COVID-19 Update: August 6

Dr. Burks COVID-19 Update: August 6

In this latest update, Dr. Wesley Burks, CEO of UNC Health and Dean of the UNC School of Medicine, discusses ongoing research and clinical trials underway at UNC to develop COVID-19 treatments and possible vaccines against SARS-CoV-2.

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UNC Health, UNC School of Medicine Media Briefing on COVID-19 Research

UNC Health, UNC School of Medicine Media Briefing on COVID-19 Research

Blossom Damania, PhD, vice dean for research and Boshamer Distinguished Professor at the UNC School of Medicine, and Dirk Dittmer, PhD, briefed local media on various aspects of COVID-19 research.

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Dr. Burks Weekly Video Message

Dr. Burks Weekly Video Message

In this week's video message, Dr. Burks offers updates on system initiatives to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion, and on planning for the impacts of COVID-19 in the months ahead.

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WATCH: COVID-19 Testing with Dr. Miller

WATCH: COVID-19 Testing with Dr. Miller

Our July 8 UNC Health Media Briefing features Dr. Melissa Miller, Director of the Clinical Microbiology and Molecular Microbiology Laboratories for UNC Health and a Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the UNC School of Medicine, speaking about COVID-19 testing.

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Dr. Wesley Burks Co-Worker Update: June 11

Dr. Wesley Burks Co-Worker Update: June 11

In this week's video update, Dr. Wesley Burks, CEO of UNC Health and Dean of the UNC School of Medicine, shares details on the work being done to keep co-workers and patients safe as we resume in person appointments.

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School of Medicine Class of 2020 Holds Virtual Hooding Celebration

School of Medicine Class of 2020 Holds Virtual Hooding Celebration

A virtual Hooding Ceremony full of special messages for the UNC School of Medicine 2020 graduates took place on Friday, May 8.

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Now More Than Ever, Global is Local

Now More Than Ever, Global is Local

The COVID-19 pandemic has shone a spotlight on the value of UNC's Institute for Global Health and Infectious Diseases and its work around the world, from Chapel Hill to Central America, Africa, and Asia.

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A Community Effort: Bringing Maternity Care Back to Chatham County

A Community Effort: Bringing Maternity Care Back to Chatham County

In alliance with the Chatham County Department of Health, Piedmont Health Services, and local medical providers and non-profits, UNC Family Medicine is poised to dramatically improve maternal and child health in the community. On February 27, these organizations publicly joined forces with UNC Chatham Hospital in Siler City to dedicate a wing of the hospital for the new maternity unit. The wing will undergo renovation and restoration before a planned opening in September 2020.

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CAR-T therapy gives patient options after cancer returns

CAR-T therapy gives patient options after cancer returns

When Sabrina Shelton exhausted traditional treatment options, her care team at UVA referred her to UNC Lineberger’s Matthew Foster, MD, for a chimeric antigen receptor T-cell (CAR-T) therapy clinical trial. Watch the video and read the story about her journey.

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January 2020 '90 Seconds With' Episode

January 2020 '90 Seconds With' Episode

The 90 Seconds With… series has been on air for one year. This episode commemorates the news, information, and Forward Together updates the series has delivered over the past year in the School of Medicine.

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Davis Discusses the Heart Program at UNC Children's

Davis Discusses the Heart Program at UNC Children's

UNC Pediatrics Chair Dr. Stephanie Duggins Davis discusses the life-saving work being done within the Heart Program at UNC Children's through cardiology care and congenital heart surgery.

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Watch: Dr. Roper delivers Norma Berryhill Lecture

Watch: Dr. Roper delivers Norma Berryhill Lecture

On Oct. 16, Dr. William Roper delivered the Norma Berryhill Lecture. A video of his lecture, titled "Medicine and Public Service," is now available.

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