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Note that recordings from 5/25/17 to 10/26/17 require external headphones or external speakers due to an audio issue.


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Latest Past Events

Medicine Grand Rounds, Arlene Chung “Harnessing the Potential for Patient-Generated Health Data”

Patient-generated health data—such as data from wearables and patient-reported outcomes and other emerging technologies—have much potential for improving efficiency, quality, and outcomes. Dr. Chung will review the state of the art in PGHD, discuss challenges in implementation into clinical care, highlight informatics methods development for PGHD from her NIH-funded research, and discuss opportunities for PGHD … Continued

Medicine Grand Rounds, Herman Pontzer “Healthy As a Hunter-Gatherer: Sorting Paleofact from Paleofiction in Modern Metabolic Medicine”

Room 4008 Old Clinic Auditorium Chapel Hill

Hunter-gatherer populations are remarkably healthy, with men and women living into their 60's, 70's and beyond without hypertension, diabetes, or other cardiometabolic disease. Dr. Pontzer will review his recent work on the diet, activity, and health of these remarkable populations. These societies are incredibly active, but burn fewer calories and eat more carbohydrate-rich diets than … Continued