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We must fund professorships to recruit and retain the outstanding faculty who will train the next generation of expert caregivers. We must create fellowships that enable our scientists to move breakthroughs from the lab to the bedside and support research that fuels instructional innovation. Exceptional teaching faculty and classroom excellence define our educational mission. By strengthening this mission, we produce graduates prepared to make an impact on every aspect of human health in every region of the world.

The Campaign for Carolina creates a learning environment that reflects the future of medicine in a new medical education building, scheduled for completion in 2023. Donor support is critical to the completion of the building and to securing faculty professorships and student support.

Visit the initiatives to see how our priorities come to life and deliver life-changing benefits for people in North Carolina and beyond.

 

 

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Q & A With Crystal Cené

Posted 3 months ago

UNC Health has promoted Crystal Wiley Cené, MD, MPH, FAHA, into a new role as System Executive Director for Health Equity. With funding from UNC Health Foundation, Dr. Cené will lead a multidisciplinary and collaborative effort to address the structures, … Continued

“What a Real Doctor Should Be”

Posted 10 months ago

An accomplished physician himself, UNC School of Medicine alumnus Dr. William Nebel knows a good doctor when he sees one. And he says Dr. Amy Shaheen, his internist of more than a decade, fits the bill as “what a real … Continued

 

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  • Cancer experience leads real estate agents to support UNC Lineberger

    Charles and Christina Menear make a great team. After Charles was treated for non-Hodgkin lymphoma, the successful real estate agents decided to give back to their community.

  • Carolina Care in Action

    If you ask Kelly Barris about her experience working as an outreach nurse during the COVID-19 pandemic, she’ll tell you it’s not as simple as just calling patients. On the morning of June 10, Barris was speaking with a COVID-positive … Continued

  • Lauren Lux, MSW, and Catherine Swift, LCWSA, chat with a patient.

    AYA Cancer Program Thriving At Five

    By Bobby Hundley, UNC Health Foundation The story of UNC Lineberger’s Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) Cancer Program started with a single spark. A spark in the form of Sophie Steiner, a teen cancer patient who saw what others hadn’t … Continued