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.
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
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.
APT Refresher Town Hall on Underrepresented Groups with Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs Kim Boggess, Vice Dean for Strategic Initiatives Cam Enarson and Associate Dean for DEI Faculty Access and Success Kim Nichols https://zoom.us/j/94300779288?pwd=ekluRkl6WStXWmJNTlhuM2lTR2FUUT09 Meeting ID: 943 0077 9288 Passcode: 761968
APT Guideline Refresher Town Hall on Assistant Professors, Fixed Term, with Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs Kim Boggess and Vice Dean for Strategic Initiatives Cam Enarson https://zoom.us/j/95209726239?pwd=UGJ2NFhJc0xVZ3NNUS9jTnVZd284dz09 Meeting ID: 952 0972 6239 Passcode: 470723
APT Guideline Refresher Town Hall on Assistant Professors, Tenure Track with Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs Kim Boggess and Vice Dean for Strategic Initiatives Cam Enarson https://zoom.us/j/97486972740?pwd=dXM1M3UySk5aY25qSTZDNmxJYitOdz09 Meeting ID: 974 8697 2740 Passcode: 690454
The Touchpoint 20 Zoom series is a 20-minute series of work and wellness topics to provide timely information to SOM staff in a condensed format. This is one of several efforts being launched to better support our staff, engage with our SOM leaders, and build community.
FPG’s Carolina Consortium on Human Development is honored to host a panel discussion on Discrimination, Context, and Health featuring Dr. Mayra Bámaca, Dr. Glorisa Canino, and Dr. Shawn Jones! Join us on Monday, March 22nd from 2:00 – 3:15 PM (EST) for this next event in our Spring 2021 Series on Culture & Developmental Science: Considering Context, Culture, and Intersectional Approaches. https://fpgcdi.zoom.us/j/91078842280. Dr. Mayra Bámaca is an … Read more
The Clinician Leadership in Quality and Safety (CLQS) course equips 4th year medical students with skills that they can directly apply in clinical settings as future clinicians. This annual symposium is an opportunity to hear about their Quality Improvement projects and partnerships with physician mentors.
The Department of Otolaryngology/Head& Neck Surgery, will give an update to the community on their research on Human Papillomavirus (HPV), Sinusitis, Cystic Fibrosis, as well as the new advances in head and neck surgery. The event is on Zoom Webinar on Wednesday, March 3 at 2PM ET. Speakers are below and you can register here: … Read more
The UNC School of Medicine Academy of Educators (AOE) will host its second Teaching Bootcamp on Monday, January 25, 2021, 1:00 – 5:00 PM EST via Zoom. Learn more below and register today!