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Mayer-Davis Appointed to President’s Council on Health Care

Elizabeth Mayer-Davis, Ph.D., professor of nutrition in UNC’s Gillings School of Global Public Health and professor of medicine in the UNC School of Medicine, has been appointed by President Barack Obama to a new health care...

TraCS $2K and $10K Awardees

The NC TraCS Institute is pleased to announce awardees of the seventh cycle of TraCS $10k grants for clinical and translational research projects. 35 applications were received, and 9 (listed below) were chosen for funding....

Hypoallergenic peanut closer to reality

Nut developed by A&T researchers moves closer to shelves Originally published in the Winston-Salem Journal, 6/11/14 A peanut that might not trigger allergic reactions is one step closer to store shelves. N.C. A&T announced...

Scaling A Great Wall: A profile of Lindsay Jaacks

The air pollution in China was so horrifying that UNC School of Medicine graduate student Lindsay Jaacks had to wear a mask when she took to the streets of Beijing. She also decided to pursue a new line of research – the...

UNC researchers find new way to prevent dangerous blood clots

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – For the first time, scientists at the UNC School of Medicine have shown that eliminating the enzyme factor XIII reduces the number of red blood cells trapped in a clot, resulting in a 50 percent reduction...

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