February 8, 2019
A team of Gillings School researchers set out to develop a statistical method that can be used in conjunction with data from continuous glucose monitors to help people with Type 1 diabetes better manage their disease. Photo by Alan Levine.
February 8, 2019
January 29, 2019
Drs. Melissa Troester and Yuchao Jiang were among the recipients of the Computational Medicine Pilot Grant Awards.
January 18, 2019
Drs. Ian Carroll, Jason Fine and Lindsey Smith Taillie have received funding from the North Carolina Translational and Clinical Sciences Institute.
December 21, 2018
What news topics interested our readers in 2018? A look at our most-read articles suggests that our followers are interested, above all, in people’s stories and the good work they do.
December 11, 2018
Dr. Hazel Nichols co-led a large, international study which found that younger women who recently have delivered a child may have a higher risk of breast cancer than do their peers of the same age who have not delivered children.
Richard Besser, MD, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation President and CEO, will speak at the Gillings School’s May commencement
December 10, 2018
"We are proud of our association with the UNC Gillings School and its work to make public health a top priority in America," Dr. Besser said.
December 5, 2018
Students from all four Gillings School departments offering the Bachelor of Science in Public Health have been inducted into Phi Beta Kappa, the country’s oldest and most honored college honorary society.
November 30, 2018
A recent study published in the journal NPJ Breast Cancer used a form of artificial intelligence called machine learning to train a computer to identify certain features of breast cancer tumors from images. Dr. Melissa Troester is a co-author.
November 28, 2018
The prevalence of optimal metabolic health in American adults is ‘alarmingly low,’ even among people who are normal weight, a new study finds.
November 16, 2018
UNC interviewed Dr. Michael Kosorok about his work related to artificial intelligence. Photo by Josh Hild.