Tim Weiner, MD, Professor of Surgery, Division of Pediatric Surgery, received the Health Care Heroes Award from the Triangle Business Journal on March 20, 2014. This award honors Triangle individuals and organizations for putting innovation and compassion to work to improve the human condition. This exceptional event brings together the leaders of all segments … Continued
The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases has awarded a 5 year R01 Grant to Christopher Dekaney, PhD, in the Division of Pediatric Surgery, for his project investigating ” Mechanisms and Function of Paneth Cell Expansion After Doxorubicin-Induced Damage” The project begins April 2014. Congratulations Dr. Dekaney!
Timothy M. Weiner and William T. Adamson, both Pediatric Surgeons here at UNC, were listed amongst 251 UNC doctors in The Best Doctors in America 2014. The “Best Doctors in America” designation is earned by only five per cent of the doctors in the United States. The awarding of the honor is decided by … Continued
It’s official! N.C. Children’s Hospital is now an American College of Surgeons-verified Level I pediatric trauma center! Joining the exclusive ranks of just 40 other ACS-verified pediatric trauma centers across the country, we’re one of only five such centers in the entire Southeast — and the one and only in the Triangle. “When a … Continued
Share the stories of two infants with large lung masses resected while still partially in the womb via the life-saving EXIT procedure. Amazing work by pediatric surgeon Dr. Sean McLean and our excellent maternal fetal medicine physicians. C-section surgery saves babies before birth
Navy Reserve Commander Timothy Weiner was recently featured in the Department of Defense’s military newspaper “Stars and Stripes.” Weiner, who is based in Forward Operating Base Lagman Afghanistan, recently operated on three Afghan youth who were injured by Taliban bombs. Apart from handling the youths’ physical ailments, Weiner and his colleagues work on a personal level by providing toys to the children.