Expanding Contraception Methods in Africa and Asia

December 5, 2017

The Carolina Population Center announces a new program to generate and synthesize evidence informing programs and policies that impact contraceptive method choice for youth aged 15-24 at the global and country levels.

Well Said: HIV Research at Carolina

November 30, 2017

In honor of World AIDS Day, this week’s episode of “Well Said” talks with UNC School of Medicine​ professor Nancie Archin, who touches on Carolina’s HIV research and the next step toward a cure.

Hurricane Preparation, Down to a Science

November 29, 2017

When a hurricane approaches, UNC Institute of Marine Sciences researchers in Morehead City spring into action to study the impacts of the hurricane on the community and the environment.

Woman in Science: Yaiza Canzani

November 29, 2017

Yaiza Canzani is an assistant professor of mathematics within the UNC College of Arts & Sciences. She researches the behavior of wave functions that solve Schrodinger’s equation — the mathematical formulation for studying the energy levels of quantum mechanical systems like atoms.

New Test Matches Cystic Fibrosis Patients with Best Treatment

November 28, 2017

As more treatment options for cystic fibrosis have become available, researchers have found a way to match each patient with their best individual treatment option: a new test based on small balls of fluid found on the inside of the nose.

Affordable Care for People with Mental Health Problems

November 28, 2017

People who cope with mental health issues ranging from mild to severe were more likely to get treatment in the wake of the Affordable Care Act, according to a study led by UNC health economist Kathleen C. Thomas.

Woman in Science: Kimiko Suzuki

November 22, 2017

Kimiko Suzuki is a PhD student in the Curriculum for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology within the UNC School of Medicine. Her research focuses on predicting how intracellular signaling pathways respond to stress.