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As the state copes with the growing crisis over the novel coronavirus, Carolina faculty members are sharing their expertise and guidance to help North Carolinians adapt to these challenging times.
Faculty members have developed a COVID-19 test. They are also searching for a treatment, hosting webinars and publishing online resources, using their knowledge and experience for the public good.
Throughout its 226 years, Carolina has directly experienced events that changed us, our nation and the world. With each change, the Tar Heels of those times had to find new ways to face those challenges, advance and thrive.
Chancellor Kevin M. Guskiewicz
Coronavirus drug shows promise at Carolina
Epidemiologist Ralph Baric and his lab in the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health are testing a new broad-spectrum antiviral drug that could potentially be a relief to the global coronavirus pandemic.
Carolina professor leads COVID-19 testing at UNC Medical Center
An in-house COVID-19 test at the UNC Medical Center in Chapel Hill will help ease demand on State Health Department and LabCorp. UNC School of Medicine professor Melissa Miller led the development of the test, based on a World Health Organization assay.
A new online toolkit from an interdisciplinary team at Carolina will help families and caregivers supporting individuals with autism during the COVID-19 pandemic.
More than 1,800 county and municipal officials from 56 of North Carolina’s 100 counties tuned in to UNC School of Government webinars to learn how to navigate coronavirus issues in their communities.
The UNC School of Education has published a curated list of tips and advice for schooling at home to support North Carolina's teachers, students and parents as schools close throughout the state.
The hotline provides a way for patients to manage dental care from the comfort of their homes and helps eliminate the burden of dental emergencies on emergency departments during the COVID-19 outbreak.