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    Academy of Educators Recognize Faculty and Trainees

    Founded as a part of UNC School of Medicine’s strategic plan, the Academy of Educators (AOE) has been enhancing research and scholarship towards excellence in teaching since 2006. The Mission of the Academy is also to promote and fund curricular innovation, evidence-based curricular change and a scholarly approach to the education mission and provide a forum for education leaders … Read more

  • Klipstein, Gill, Jain and Aleman Provide Words of Wisdom to Medical Students at Pearls Day

    As this year’s medical students look towards graduation, faculty members continue to inspire and set them up for success. During Pearls Day, students gathered to listen to educators speak on topics or issues they may face. Being selected as a Pearls Day speaker is an honor as they are nominated by the students. Four of the eight presentations were given by UNC Department of Medic … Read more

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    95 Physicians and Advanced Practice Providers Awarded 2024 Carolina Care Excellence

    Each year, UNC Hospitals administers the Press Ganey Medical Practice survey to solicit feedback from patients. The survey asks our patients about their likelihood of recommending their provider’s practice to their friends and family. This year, 205 UNC physicians and advanced practice providers received the highest recommendations, which places them in the top quartile nationall … Read more

  • January- Grants and Funding

    Department of Medicine Grants & Funding: January 1 – January 31, 2024

    Division of Oncology Lisa Carey, MD, received a $225K grant titled, “Clinical implications of metastatic subtype, microenvironment, and organ of involvement.” Joannie Ivory, MD, was granted $240K for her project, “Participant Enrollment in a Multi-Site Randomized Clinical Trial of Endocrine Therapy Adherence Support.” Yara Abdou, MD, was awarded $240K to investigate molecular res … Read more

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    UME Faculty Spotlight: Katie Gill, MD

    We are so excited to showcase some of our brilliant UME educators in the department of medicine and across our AHEC sites. For many of us there are certain teachers in our past who left a mark on our lives and are highly valued. For some they may be the reason you went into medicine or the specialty you are in. The DOM along with the AHEC sites have many highly regarded educators … Read more

  • UNC-Chapel Hill Named National HIV Residency Pathway Consortium Site

    UNC-Chapel Hill was recently named a National HIV Residency Pathway Consortium Site and awarded a year-long, $68,000 grant to support its efforts in training family medicine and internal medicine residents in caring for people with HIV. UNC’s site Investigators, Rick Moore, MD, assistant professor in the Department of Family Medicine, and Louise King, MD, assistant professor in t … Read more

  • Researchers create a community resource referral program to address kidney health disparities

    Drs. Gaurav Dave, associate professor of medicine, and Abhijit V. Kshirsagar, Covington Distinguished Professor of Medicine, received a grant from the NIH National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) to address structural racism to reduce kidney health disparities in rural North Carolina. North Carolina has the second largest rural population in the co … Read more

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    Faculty and Residents Honored by UNC SOM Student Government

    The UNC School of Medicine Student Government held the Fall Convocation and Awards Ceremony on August 16. The following faculty and residents from the Department of Medicine were recognized. Christopher Klipstein, MD, professor of medicine and co-director of patient centered care, received the The Hyman L. Battle Distinguished Excellence in Teaching Award in the Clinical Sciences … Read more

  • July- Grants and Funding

    Department of Medicine Grants & Funding: July 1 – July 31, 2023

    Division of General Medicine & Clinical Epidemiology HIV/Hep C Certificate Program, lead by Louis King, MD, received a Health Resources and Services Administration grant from the National HIV Pathway Consortium to support certification efforts. Division of Hematology Paul Armistead, MD, PhD, and his research group received two grants. A 2-year, $260K Eshelman Institute for In … Read more

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    HIV/Hep C Certificate Program Receives HRSA Grant

    Louise King, MD, is an expert in providing care to patients living with HIV and is the leader of the HIV/Hep C Certificate Program. This allows our internal medicine residents to develops skills in caring for patients with these diseases. Her team was awarded a $68,000, one-year, Health Resources and Services Administration grant from the National HIV Pathway Consortium to suppor … Read more

  • Featured Physician: Alfred Rabinovich

    Alfred Rabinovich, MD, originally from New York, was drawn to UNC by our collegiality and commitment to care. He enjoys building relationships with patients as well as educating medical students. Dr. Rabinovich is also talented in the kitchen and recently became a dad! 

  • Drs. Felix, Hinderliter, Henderson Elected to 2023 SOM Standing Committees

    The Office of Faculty Affairs and Leadership Development and the School of Medicine Nominating Committee announced Ana C.G. Felix, MBBCh, FAAN, Alan Hinderliter, MD, and Ashley Henderson, MD, were elected to the 2023 School of Medicine Standing Committees.