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  • Saira Sheikh, MD

    Saira Sheikh, MD, Will Focus On Increasing Minority Participation in Lupus Trials

    Saira Sheikh, MD, director of the UNC Rheumatology Lupus Clinic, and director of the clinical trials program at the UNC Thurston Arthritis Research Center, will participate in a new research study with the American College of Rheumatology (ACR) and the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Office of Minority Health.

  • Jonathan Juliano, MD, MSPH

    Dr. Jonathan Juliano is named Yang Family Biomedical Scholar

    The award, which recognizes the research achievements of young tenured faculty, is made possible through a generous donation from Lenovo chairman and CEO Yuanqing Yang, with additional financial support from Mr. To Hing Wu.

  • Kevin Biese, MD, MAT

    Catering to the Elderly in the ED

    Dr. Kevin Biese, clinical associate professor in the division of geriatric medicine, weighs in on the launch of a geriatric ED accreditation program by the American College of Emergency Physicians.

  • Podcast Series Wins Gold Aster Award

    The department of medicine’s Chair’s Corner podcast series has received a Gold Aster Award for “Pieces of the Picture.”

  • James Bryan, MD, and Danielle File, MD

    UNC Internal Medicine Residents Recognize Annual Awards

    Many outstanding residents and faculty have been recognized for their clinical and academic excellence, honoring the legacies of those who preceded them. Following is a list of 2018 award recipients who engender the shared and treasured spirit of Medicine.

  • Laura-Hanson-JAMA-editorial

    Hanson Discusses Eating Disorders in the Elderly, in US News & World Report Article

    Recognizing eating disorders in the elderly can be critical because treating them is different than treating other age-related eating problems. Dr. Laura Hanson from the division of geriatrics offers perspective.

  • Dr. Laura Hanson

    Hanson Interviewed for Reuters Health Article About Delayed Hospice Care

    Dr. Laura Hanson comments on a recent Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women’s Hospital study that suggests patients with kidney failure are half as likely to receive hospice as patients with cancer and heart disease, although they stand to benefit greatly from it.

  • Claire Farel, MD, MPH, received a 2018 Red Ribbon Award from the NCCAF.

    Farel and Mathews, Honored with Red Ribbon Awards

    Faculty and staff from UNC’s Institute of Global Health & Infectious Diseases were well represented at the 2018 Red Ribbon Gala, hosted by the North Carolina Community AIDS Fund.

  • Li Wang, PhD

    Li Wang Receives Career Development Award from American Heart Association

    Li Wang, PhD, research associate in the Qian Lab and a member of UNC McAllister Heart Institute, has received the prestigious Career Development Award from the AHA. The award is given to highly promising young scientists in their early years to explore innovative questions in the field of cardiovascular research.

  • Evan Dellon, MD, Wins 2018 Pilot Innovation Award, the Ninth Win For Medicine

    The UNC Center for Health Innovation has announced winning teams for the sixth annual Pilot Innovation Awards. Evan Dellon, MD, from the department of medicine’s division of gastroenterology and hepatobiology is principal investigator for a team that will study a treatment for eosinophilic esophagitis. To date, nine winning teams from the department of medicine have received Pilo … Continued