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Contest Asks Chinese to Define a Healthy City

July 11, 2017

Pollution and poor urban health in China are often framed as private problems. However, the Chinese public is increasingly voicing ways to improve health. Our UNC Project-China team launched a crowdsourcing contest to tap into these proposed solutions.

Chinese delegation visits UNC and NIH

May 2, 2017

While at UNC, the Chinese delegation met with Drs. Welsey Burks, first row second from left, and Myron Cohen, first row second from right. The delegation then traveled to the Fogarty International Center and met with Dr. Ken Bridbord, fifth from left. A six-member delegation from China paid a visit to the University of North … Continued

Blog: Learning the Rules of Emerging Infections

November 3, 2016

In this blog post, UNC Project-China Director Dr. Joseph Tucker and colleagues recount UNC Chief of Infectious Diseases Dr. Myron Cohen’s visit to the region in October 2016 during which he presented in three cities and was the keynote speaker of China’s National Conference on HIV/AIDS.

UNC Provides Recommendations to Stop Violence

August 18, 2016

Responding to the number of violent attacks on physicians in China, Joseph D. Tucker, MD, PhD, director of UNC Project-China, organized an initiative to rebuild patient-physician trust with recommendations published in The Lancet.

WHO Names UNC Project-China in Top 25 List of Global Health Innovators

June 8, 2015

  Our UNC Project-China Director Joseph Tucker, MD, PhD, and his Social Entrepreneurship for Sexual Health (SESH) team landed on the World Health Organization and University of Oxford’s top 25 list of global innovators! The team is committed to using crowdsourcing or engaging with the public to create educational videos and photo campaigns to promote … Continued