Tag Archives: infectious diseases

Pandemics and Fake Medicines Focus of CUGH Meeting

Karine DubĂ©, DrPH, is a research assistant professor in the UNC Gillings School for Global Public Health. She shares highlights from the annual meeting of the Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH). The Consortium of Universities for Global Health … Read More

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Blog: ID Clinic Director Answers Most Common Patient Questions

Claire Farel, MD, MPH, is an assistant professor of medicine in the UNC School of Medicine and medical director of the UNC Infectious Diseases Clinic. In answering the most common questions she is asked as a clinician, Dr. Farel illustrates … Read More

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Who’s the very model of a modern ID specialist?

On the morning of March 28, in a lecture hall in the heart of the UNC medical school campus, first-year med students sat in their “Host Defense and Microbial Pathogens” class and were treated to a guest lecture by UNC … Read More

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AIDS in the U.S.: the patient profile has changed, so should testing practices

[Cross-posted from the UNC Health Care weblog] There is growing sentiment, and evidence, that attention to HIV and AIDS has shifted so far abroad, to Africa and in developing countries elsewhere, that Americans have overlooked a growing epidemic in our … Read More

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