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Resident Wins Best Trauma Paper at NC-SC ACS Meeting
Jared Gallaher, MD wins Best Trauma Paper at NC-SC ACS Meeting
Ernest Grant re-elected as vice president of American Nurses Association
Grant has more than 30 years of nursing and leadership experience and is an internationally recognized burn-care and fire-safety expert. He serves as the burn outreach coordinator for the North Carolina Jaycee Burn Center
Great Education with Vascular Simulation at the UNC Multidisciplinary Department of Surgery Simulation Center
Great Education with Vascular Simulation at the UNC Multidisciplinary Department of Surgery Simulation Center
2017 AWSF Award Winner Works Under Michelle Brownstein, MD
Ms. Mary Shen has been selected to receive the 2017 Patricia Numann Outstanding Medical Student Award for her outstanding contributions and leadership as a student.
GI Surgery Ranked #30 in US News and World Report Ratings
GI Surgery is #30 in US News and World Report Ratings
Stem Cell Therapy for Lung Fibrosis Conditions
A team of scientists has developed promising research towards a possible stem cell treatment for several lung conditions, such as idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF), chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and cystic fibrosis -- often-fatal conditions that affect tens of millions of Americans.
Ernest Grant, From Jam Salesman to National Leader
Since his early days as a Jaycee, when he sold jam to raise money for the still-young North Carolina Jaycee Burn Center, Ernest Grant, PhD, RN,FAAN, has been eager to support his community. Today he serves as the coordinator for the Burn Center’s internationally recognized Burn Prevention Program and was recently reelected as Vice President of the American Nurses Association. We sat down with Dr. Grant to learn more about what brought him to UNC, why advocacy is so important to burn care and what it means to be a leader.
UNC Plastic Surgery Featured as Best of Chapel Hill
Plastic Surgery featured in Chapel Hill Magazine
Kibbe to headline Science Café event tonight at N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences
Melina Kibbe, MD, will headline the July 27 Science Café event at the N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences in Raleigh. Kibbe will be discussing the importance of sex equity throughout the biomedical research pipeline.
Congratulations to Dr. Sean McLean for Being Named One of Savoy Magazine’s Top Doctors
Dr. Sean McLean is named one of Savoy Magazine’s top doctors
Dr. David Gerber and Dr. HJ Kim Receive Vice Chair Positions
Dr. David Gerber is the new Vice Chair of Clinical Affairs for the Department of Surgery. Dr. HJ Kim is the new Vice Chair of Strategy and Outreach for the Department of Surgery
UNC Project-Malawi Marks Milestones
Recently in Lilongwe, UNC Project-Malawi leaders welcomed UNC Chancellor Carol L. Folt and other dignitaries to celebrate decades of accomplishment and mark the formal opening of new research and library facilities.
Rebecca Brown, MD Featured in JSR
Rebecca Brown has featured article in the Journal of Surgical Research
Dr. Ernest Grant Re-Elected as VP of the American Nurses' Association
Congratulations to Ernest Grant who was re-elected as Vice President of the American Nurses’ Association
Resident Wins NIH T32 Award
Congratulations to Mia Klein, MD, who was accepted onto the Department of Hematology/Oncology NIH T32 award
Department of Surgery Spring Newsletter 2017
Enjoy the first edition of our new Department of Surgery Newsletter
The UNC Breast Center Team delivers innovative and compassionate care to the people of North Carolina and Beyond
The UNC Breast Center Team delivers innovative and compassionate care to the people of North Carolina and beyond.
Bailey Sanders Wins Henry C Fordham Award
UNC and Duke Surgeons Meet to Discuss Issues Pertinent to Women in Surgery
UNC and Duke surgeons meet to discuss issues pertinent to women in surgery
Dr. Timothy Farrell Featured on General Surgery News
Timothy Farrell, MD, the executive director of the Southeastern Surgical Society describes the advantages of a regional surgical society over larger national meetings, and smaller state ones