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Carolina immunologist Nilu Goonetilleke received a $5.6 million grant from the NIH to study therapeutics that may strengthen the immune system's response to HIV. The ultimate goal is to identify optimal strategies to find a cure for people living with HIV.
Chancellor Guskiewicz shares information about the Carolina Together Testing Program, a re-entry and asymptomatic evaluation COVID-19 testing plan.
The UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy, along with school alumni in the field, are taking steps now to prepare for the possibility of vaccinating the general public.
The discussion will feature speakers Nadia Brown, Ph.D.; Erika Wilson, J.D.; and Julia Jordan-Zachery, Ph.D.
This year marks the 10th anniversary of Long Story Shorts, a one-act festival featuring readings of eight short plays written by undergraduate students in the Writing for the Screen and Stage minor.
Join us for the fourth episode of The Spark with Tift Merritt, featuring Nathalie Joachim and Allison Loggins-Hull of Flutronix. In this livestreamed series, Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter and UNC alumna Tift Merritt returns to Carolina Performing Arts to take us behind the scenes in artist-to-artist video interviews that delve deep into the creative process.