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  • Featured Staff Member: Kristi Kirkland

    Kristi Kirkland, CPhT, is a North Carolina native who enjoys interacting with patients and collecting data for the UNC Hemophilia Treatment Center. She has gained valuable experience navigating the research world. Additionally, Kristi is a proud mom of three and recently became a Mema to her first grandson!

  • Celebrate Juneteenth, LGBTQ Pride, Caribbean-American Heritage Month

    Juneteenth Juneteenth, short for “June Nineteenth,” commemorates the day when federal troops arrived in Galveston, Texas, on June 19, 1865, to inform and ensure the last group of enslaved Black people were finally freed. This was 2.5 years after the Emancipation Proclamation of 1863 was signed into law. Juneteenth became a national holiday in 2021. Now, this day also provides an … Continued

  • Featured Advance Practice Provider: Laura Blanchard

    Laura Blanchard, MPAP, PA-C, was the first inpatient APP hired within the hematology division and has helped grow the program into a 10 person team. She is an advocate for the APP profession both at UNC and nationally. Laura is also a mom and a music lover who almost became a trumpeter. Her favorite food is the chick pea salad from Kardia!

  • Dr. Rubin Recognized as Exceptional Mentor to Junior Faculty 

    Dr. Janet Rubin, a researcher renowned for her work on understanding the control of bone remodeling, also spends countless hours mentoring students, fellows and junior faculty. Dr. Rubin has helped advance the careers of dozens of postdoctoral fellows and constructed a program to help transition junior faculty into independent Principal Investigators. An exemplary mentor, Dr. Rub … Continued

  • Dennis Research Group Releases New White Paper On Molecular HIV Epidemiology

    The project was led by Ann M. Dennis, MD, MS, an associate professor of medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases.  The Dennis Research Group in the School of Medicine has released a new white paper titled, “Revitalizing Community Engagement in the Public Health Use of Molecular HIV Epidemiology.” The paper is a product of the UNC Ethics of HIV Molecular Surveillance Projec … Continued

  • Lisa Rose-Jones, MD

    Dr. Rose-Jones Selected to Represent Cardiology on the Association of Specialty Professors Council

    Lisa Rose-Jones, MD, has been selected by the Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine (AAIM) to represent cardiology on the Association of Specialty Professor Council (ASP). ASP is an organization focused on providing training and educational opportunities for internal medicine division chiefs and fellowship program directors. Their goals are to benefit and aid the education, res … Continued

  • Bringing Artificial Intelligence to Nephrology Journal Club

      Artificial intelligence (AI) is beginning to touch many aspects of human life and Evan Zeitler, MD, isn’t sitting on the side lines of this technological advancement. Dr. Zeitler is using artificial intelligence generated images to bring attention to his nephrology journal club. “You just sort of turn off your logical brain for a little bit and just say, ‘what can I hint a … Continued

  • Featured Physician: Christopher Jensen

    Christopher Jensen, MD, MSCR, is a hematologist with interests in lymphoma and geriatric oncology. Originally from Rocky Mount, Dr. Jensen is looking forward to serving the people of the state. If he was not a physician he would have pursued a career as a historian, focusing on ancient history! 

  • JARS 2023: Transitioning from Intern to Upper Level Resident

    The JARS Conference signifies the completion of our resident’s first year of training and celebrates their transition to upper level residents. The day provided an opportunity for our internal medicine residents to participate in educational breakout sessions as well as look back on accomplishments from their intern year. With a session on how to best give feedback, a Q&A wit … Continued

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    UNC-Chapel Hill Receives $70 Million NIH Grant to Build upon a Robust Translational Science Environment

    Nicholas J. Shaheen, MD, MPH, Bozymski-Heizer Distinguished Professor of Medicine in the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, and John Buse, MD, PhD, Verne S. Caviness Distinguished Professor of Medicine in the Division of Endocrinology and Metabolism, are Co-Principal Investigators and Co-Directors of NC TraCS. NC TraCS has secured a seven-year, $70 million Clinical and … Continued

  • Dr. Moll Coauthors Thrombophilia Testing Guidelines

    UNC Hematology faculty and Blood Research Center member Dr. Stephan Moll is coauthor on the new American Society of Hematology guideline on thrombophilia testing in patients with venous thromboembolism. These evidence-based guidelines intend to support clinical decision-making as to which patients and family members to test for inherited thrombophilias and which individuals not t … Continued

  • Drs. Finn, Stephens, Dancel Publish “The State of Internal Medicine Point-of-Care Ultrasound (POCUS) Fellowships in the United States and Canada”

    In this article, Erin Finn, MD, John Stephens, MD, and Ria Dancel, MD, in the Division of Hospital Medicine and Eric Zwemer, MD, in the Department of Pediatrics explore the state of internal medicine point-of-care ultrasound fellowships in the US and Canada.