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The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Health & Medicine

Cairns’ Golden Rule: ‘It’s never about you’

Reflecting on his three years as faculty chair, Bruce Cairns talks about how he found purpose in life through service to others. ... Read More

School of Pharmacy’s Robert McGinty named first Searle Scholar at Carolina in a decade

Robert McGinty, assistant professor in the Division of Chemical Biology and Medicinal Chemistry at the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy, becomes first Searle Scholar named at Carolina in the past 10 years. ... Read More

A half-century in the classroom

James Scatliff was entertaining, engaging and creative in getting his lessons about radiology across to his students. With his dry wit and self-deprecating humor, he was named the School of Medicine’s Professor of the Year three times and gave its commencement address four times. ... Read More

At welcome, new dental school dean Scott De Rossi says, “I’m home”

New dean’s vision for dental school is "to move beyond excellence." ... Read More

Dean Kemble blazed a trail for nursing students

The School of Nursing still feels the impact of its pioneering dean, Elizabeth Kemble, whose portrait hangs in Carrington Hall. ... Read More

Water, water — and arts — everywhere

The Board of Trustees heard from the Institute for Marine Sciences and Kenan Music Scholars at its last meeting. ... Read More

A dog in the dugout

REMINGTON, a golden retriever who helps players recover from injuries, is the only four-legged member of the Carolina baseball team. ... Read More

Researchers link increased infant brain fluid to autism

A national research network led by the School of Medicine’s Joseph Piven found that many toddlers diagnosed with autism at 2 years of age had a substantially greater amount of extra-axial cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) at 6 and 12 months of age, before diagnosis is possible. ... Read More

Bronze Stars, white coat

As a student in the School of Medicine's Physician Assistant Program, two-time Bronze Star Award recipient Curtis Carr is building on the medical skills he acquired as a Green Beret medic serving in Afghanistan. He looks forward to applying these skills in the civilian world next year. ... Read More

Carolina’s graduate programs receive high rankings

Carolina received high ratings on multiple lists of schools, degree programs and specialty areas newly ranked by U.S. News & World Report’s 2018 edition of “America’s Best Graduate Schools.” ... Read More