Skip to main content
Suzanne Barbour

5 years ago

Suzanne Barbour featured on two part series of Focus Carolina podcast

As dean of The Graduate School at Carolina and professor of biochemistry & biophysics, Dr. Suzanne Barbour is working to train the next generation of scholars through traditional degree programs. At the same time, she is working to ensure that students interested in non-academic careers and non-traditional students coming back to school have meaningful programs to get additional credentials and skills to help them advance in their careers.

scientific image of machine learning

5 years ago

Newsworthy: UNC Researchers Develop Machine Learning Algorithm to Detect Inflammation

Inflammation is a common indication of many health conditions, but calculating how the underlying biology of inflammation contributes to specific diseases has been very difficult. For the first time, a team of researchers at UNC School of Medicine now report the development of a new technology to identify white blood cells called neutrophils that are primed to eject inflammatory DNA into the circulation via a process called NETosis. The findings are published in Scientific Reports.