About The George C. Ham Society
The George C. Ham Society was established in the early 1980s as a way to honor the founder and first Chairman of the UNC Department of Psychiatry. Aside from honoring Dr. Ham, however, the Society was also conceived as a venue wherein alumni and alumnae of the Department can meet to share memories and experiences, as well as professional expertise. Anyone who has trained (clinical or research) in the UNC Department of Psychiatry or has served on its faculty is eligible for Society membership.
Join us for the 1st Ham Society Happy Hour! Thursday, November 1 from 6-8pm at Top of the Hill in Chapel Hill. Catch up with classmates, meet 3rd and 4th year residents and child fellows, and hear what's happening with UNC Psychiatry and the Ham Society! Appetizers will be provided. Hope to see you there!
Suggestions on reinvigorating the Ham Society? Want more information? Contact the Ham Committee: Dr. Gary Gala, Dr. Jonny Gerkin, Jennifer Hornaday, Karlina Matthews, Dr. Kenan Penaskovic, Dr. Elena Perea, and Dr. Jennifer Richards.