This month we will host a non-academic career panel featuring industry scientists.
Cancer Transitions is a free program that runs for 4-6 weeks, beginning May 3, 2016. Each weekly session lasts for 2 - 2 1/2 hours and includes information on nutrition, exercise, coping with stress, and medical care, plus delicious healthy snacks. This program is open to cancer patients who have completed treatment and their loved ones.
Join UNC Cancer Network online for this free webinar on May 23, focusing on how hairdressers and barbers can help catch cancer and save lives. The webinar will focus on skin cancer facts and prevention, and show hair care specialists how to examine the scalp to detect skin cancers. Registration is required.
An informative telehealth lecture for Melanoma Awareness Month! This lecture is only available online--please contact us for more information and viewing instructions.
Please join the UNC Cancer Network for an online, interactive telehealth lecture with David Ollila, MD. Lunch and Learn lectures are geared toward cancer patients, survivors, family, friends, and care givers/supports but anyone interested in learning more about cancer is welcome to join us. Every lecture has a question and answer (Q & A) section at the end so feel free to ask presenters for clarification or more information! While these are viewable online, we recommend watching them at one of our Lunch and Learn Sites. Please contact us for more information and for assistance locating a site near you.
This presentation of Cancer Transitions will be conducted in Spanish, and will runs from April 14 until May 19. Each weekly session lasts for 2 - 2 1/2 hours and includes information on nutrition, exercise, coping with stress, and medical care, plus delicious healthy snacks. This program is open to cancer patients who have completed treatment and their loved ones.
Jenny P-Y Ting, Ph.D., William Rand Kenan Professor of Genetics, Immunology Program Leader, UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, Director, Center for Translational Immunology, Co-Director, Inflammatory Disease Institute, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Introduction to the Academic Researcher’s Guide: Tips for Communicating with Your Community Partners During the Post-Award Process." Focused on identifying effective strategies for communicating during the post-award stage of the grants management process with community partners, business office staff, and research administrators. The presenters will provide tips on what information to share with community partners regarding timelines, progress and financial reporting, invoicing, cash advances, and project close-out.