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Three Student-Faculty Pairs Named 2014 AACP Walmart Scholars
This is the eighth consecutive year that the School has had at least one recipient of the award and the third consecutive year three pairs have been honored.
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Kashuba to Advise NIH on Women’s Health Research
Angela Kashuba, PharmD, has been named to the National Institutes of Health Advisory Committee on Research on Women’s Health. Kashuba is the first representative of pharmacy or the pharmaceutical sciences to join the group.
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Jena Ivey Burkhart Receives NCPA Geriatrics Award
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UNC Team Receives NIH Grant for Tuberculosis Research
The grant will provide more than $417,000 over two years to support a collaboration between principal investigators Miriam Braunstein, PhD, and William Janzen.
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Sleath Study: Pediatricians, Patients Don’t Discuss ADHD Enough
Researchers analyzed audio recordings of pediatrician visits and found that providers rarely discussed ADHD according to national guidelines, while patients rarely asked questions about ADHD. The researchers say this is a missed opportunity to "treat the whole child."
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Blouin to Chair AACP Dean’s Council
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Sleath Named Director of Child Health Services Program at Sheps Center
Betsy Sleath, PhD, the George H. Cocolas Distinguished Professor at the School, takes over for Eliana Perrin, MD, MPH, who was named the University’s new associate vice chancellor for research in November.
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Mumper Receives Alumni Award from University of Kentucky
The School's vice dean was a 1991 PhD graduate of the UK College of Pharmacy and served on the faculty there from 1999 to 2006 before coming to UNC-Chapel Hill.
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UNC Researchers Receive NIH Grant to Improve Efficacy of Chemotherapy Drugs
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Andrew Lee Promoted to Full Professor
Lee uses nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy to study the role of structural dynamics in protein function for a variety of proteins that play important roles in metabolism and signal transduction.
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