Division of ID: Awards & Honors
From being honored with distinguished teaching awards to acceptance into national honor societies, UNC Division of Infectious Diseases faculty and staff have had an impressive academic year. Check out a full list of awards and honors.
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Eron Honored for AIDS Service
The desire to treat people living with HIV grew from Joe Eron’s first inpatient rotation as a medical student in the early 1980’s. Thirty years later and Eron has helped save countless lives as an HIV clinician-researcher. He was recently honored by the NC Community AIDS Fund.
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Impacting Global & Local Health
A Japanese educator is improving early childhood development in Africa. An Australian nurse is developing a mobile health app for European refugees. And a Kenyan environmental science specialist is hoping to improve water conditions for all citizens of his country. Meet the Duke-UNC Rotary Peace Fellows.
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Highlights

Student Spotlight

Grants Fund Zika, HPV Research

Grants Fund Zika, HPV Research

The 2016 recipients of the Explorations in Global Health grants are seeking to improve the health of people in Africa and South America through research into viruses, lead exposure and food insecurity. Read More...>>

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Faculty Spotlight

IGHID Progress Report Shows UNC’s Local & Global Reach

IGHID Progress Report Shows UNC’s Local & Global Reach

It's been three years since our last update. Check out all our vivid photographs, powerful quotes and impressive facts about our work as well as multimedia options for you to learn more about the Institute’s commitment to clinical care, research and teaching in North Carolina and abroad. Read More...>>

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Clinical Spotlight

Aging, ART & Prevention Focus of HIV Update

Aging, ART & Prevention Focus of HIV Update

HIV care providers from around North Carolina gathered at UNC's Friday Center to hear the latest news about treatment, aging and prevention. Read More...>>

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Research Spotlight

Giving a Voice to the Voiceless

Giving a Voice to the Voiceless

Ensuring North Carolina's inmate population is represented in research that leads to better clinical care and improved public health is the goal of UNC's Criminal Justice and Health Working Group. Read More...>>

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