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Lessons from UNC Research

As many Carolina employees adjust to the return to campus, they have a successful prototype in UNC Research, which led the way to safe in-person work. Logan Ward, The Well, Thursday, July 29th, 2021 As many of Carolina’s employees return to campus this month, they have a prototype for success. UNC Research developed a plan back […]

New Universal Vaccine Effectively Targets Coronaviruses

Researchers at the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health have developed a universal vaccine that could protect against COVID-19, its variants — and the next coronavirus pandemic. University Communications, Tuesday, June 29th, 2021 Scientists at the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health have developed a vaccine that could be effective against COVID-19, its variants […]

Teen Mental Health During COVID-19 and Beyond

UNC Health Talk June 11, 2021 The teenage years are a time of profound change and turmoil no matter what, but growing up during a pandemic makes them especially hard. Just as many adults are struggling to find some sense of normalcy as more people get the COVID-19 vaccines and the nation begins to ease restrictions, teens are […]

Can You Visit with Others if You’ve Been Vaccinated? COVID-19

UNC Health Talk March 26, 2021 If you have received a COVID-19 vaccine, you may be wondering when you can safely hug your loved ones, hang out with friends, and go to sporting events or concerts. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently issued guidelines on what you should (and should not) do if you’ve been fully […]

UNC Health Experts Answer Vaccine Questions

At two recent town halls, doctors and researchers discussed the three vaccines in use, their effectiveness and which is best for you. Scott Jared, The Well, Tuesday, March 16th, 2021 Medical experts from UNC Health presented the latest information about COVID-19 vaccines and answered questions from Carolina staff, students and faculty in two recent town halls. […]

Study Shows a Single Vaccine Dose May Offer Protection to

One dose of either the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna vaccine boosted antibodies among those who previously had COVID-19. University Communications, Monday, March 8th, 2021 New research from the University suggests that people who have had COVID-19 may need only one shot of vaccine. The study led by the UNC School of Medicine and the UNC Gillings School […]

What We Know (and Don’t) About the COVID-19 Vaccines

UNC HIV Cure Center Medical Director Cindy Gay, who leads the Moderna clinical trial at Carolina, shares what scientists do and don’t know about COVID-19 vaccines. UNC Health Talk, Thursday, December 10th, 2020 Headlines and social media feeds have been abuzz in recent weeks with the news regarding the promising results of the Pfizer and Moderna […]

Up Close with CNN’s Brooke Baldwin and Dean Susan King

UNC Hussman School of Journalism and Media Dean Susan King spoke with CNN's Brooke Baldwin '01 on May 13 about her role as a journalist during the COVID-19 pandemic and her personal experience fighting the virus. ABOUT BROOKE BALDWINBrooke Baldwin is a Peabody Award finalist who anchors the 2 - 4 p.m. edition of CNN […]

UNC Researchers Collaborate  to Deliver Solutions and Bring Hope

{ "channelId" : 18308, "language": "en-US", "commId" : 438009, "displayMode" : "standalone", "height" : "auto" } Meet the Panelists Lori Carter-Edwards  '95 (PhD), Associate Professor of Public Health Leadership, Adjunct Faculty in Epidemiology and Health Behavior, UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health  Right now, we have to immediately respond to a community’s needs. As researchers […]

UNC Health COVID-19 Game Changers

At UNC Health, our groundbreaking research discoveries continue in the face of unprecedented challenges. Thsi is the first in a series of conversations with the expert physicians, researchers and faculty who make UNC Health a global leader in the fight to keep us all healthy and safe. During this exclusive virtual event, you will hear […]