What is the Zika virus?
- UNC-Chapel Hill Zika News
Dr. Elizabeth Stringer, associate professor of maternal-fetal medicine at UNC, answers questions from WRAL's Go Ask Mom blog.
Does Zika cause miscarriage? Should pregnant women cancel travel plans? Maternal-fetal medicine expert Dr. Bill Goodnight offers an update on what we know about Zika so far
Researchers at UNC School of Medicine and UNC Hospitals are leading the charge in Zika research with more than 10 groups currently studying Zika – its transmission, its epidemiology and its associated neurological and birth defects, including microcephaly.
Chancellor Carol L. Folt and three experts attended a panel called “The Zika Virus: What You Need to Know” June 30 at the Student Union. At an outdoors event, Zika experts, including UNC OB-GYN faculty Dr. David Stamilio and Dr. Sarah Dotters-Katz, answered questions about the virus.
UNC OB-GYN's Dr. Elizabeth Stringer, associate professor of obstetrics and gynecology, and Dr. Jeff Stringer, professor of obstetrics and gynecology, are among a group of UNC School of Medicine researchers recently awarded Emerging Challenges in Biomedical Research (ECBR) grants, the School of Medicine announced July 9, 2016.
Bradley Allf, a features writer for UNC Institute for Global Health & Infectious Diseases, profiled UNC's multidisciplinary efforts to provide answers about the outbreak of the Zika virus.
Helen Lazear, Ph.D, assistant professor of microbiology and immunology, and Dr. David Stamilio presented on the Zika virus at Grand Rounds April 26, 2016 on "The emerging Zika virus epidemic in the Americas."