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Merck Research Laboratories Recruiting Analytical, Medicinal, and Process Chemistry

Dissertation Defense: “A Chemical Biology Approach to Phosphoinositide Metabolic Analysis”

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Merck Research Laboratories Recruiting Analytical, Medicinal, and Process Chemistry

Seminar: “Nuclear anarchy and cortical order: how phase transitions and polymers organize cells”

High-Throughput Genomics Screening with CRISPR Libraries (RNAi Screening Facility with Thermo Fisher Scientific)

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Seminar: “Mismatch Matchmaking: Single-Molecule Insights into DNA Mismatch Repair Signaling”

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AAPS Intro Meeting

Seminar: “Establishing a Clinical Genomics Program at an Academic Medical Center”

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Seminar: “A Tale of Two Autophagic Factors Atg5 and Beclin-1 in direct Cardiac Reprogramming”

Graduate Funding: Sciences and Health Sciences

CV and Cover Letters for Academic Careers

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Abstract deadline for the 42nd Annual Postdoc Faculty Day

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Seminar: “A New Temporal Model for EBV-Mediated B-Cell Transformation”

E (I) Lab Information Session

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The Cross-Cultural Leadership Development Committee Presents: Conflict Resolution

Hurricane Harvey support and information session

Seminar: “Circulation tumor DNA detection of MRD after solid tumor cancer treatment”

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Carolina Chromatin Consortium

Communication Styles and Conflict Resolution

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Staff Forum

First Friday

Alumni Symposium: The Art of Diversity and Inclusion

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Epigenetics, chromatin structure and epitranscriptomics conference (Sponsored by Abcam)

Seminar: “Human Rights and Antisemitism in the Current Climate”

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Seminar: “Putt-putt functions required for expression of the Pseudomonas aeruginosa type III secretion system”

Seminar: “Synthesis of natural products derivatives and their therapeutic potential for infectious diseases”

Seminar: “Black Spot, Black Death, Black Pearl: The Tales of Bacterial Effectors”

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Fulfilling the Promise of Health Services and Policy

SEMINAR: Application of Translational Systems Pharmacology and Pharmacometrics to Cancer Therapy

Seminar: “Efforts Toward Development of a Peptide Inhibiting the MBD2:GATAD2A Interaction”

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Seminar: “Employing CD8+ T Cells to Cure HIV”

Seminar: “Modulation of the Hedgehog Signaling Pathway by Sterol-based Small Molecules”

Seminar: “Carbonylations of Unactivated Alkyl Electrophiles”

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Seminar: “The Science of Failed Public Policy”

Seminar: “What can we learn from human genomics at scale and how do we get there?”

CICBDD Team Social and Photos

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UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy Open House – Asheville Campus

Scholarship Luncheon

Inaugural Bell Student Leadership Symposium

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PAA

Building Better Exams: Identifying and Avoiding Multiple-Choice Item Writing Flaws

Seminar: “Trends in Pharmacy Education and Workforce Capacity: What Does the Future Hold?”

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CIPhER Friday — Feedback for Learning: How Less Can Often Be More

Seminar: “Small molecule PD1/PDL1 inhibitors – promising leads or red herrings?”

Seminar: “Killing Fungi: Harnessing new molecular strategies to ultimately improve patient care”

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CIPhER Friday — Feedback for Learning: How Less Can Often Be More

Spotlight – Insider Recap

Hurricane Matthew update, Adopt-a-Home briefing

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CIPhER Friday — Feedback for Learning: How Less Can Often Be More

Flu Vaccines

Seminar: “Massive Transfusion: Say What?!?!?”

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CIPhER Friday — Feedback for Learning: How Less Can Often Be More

Flu Vaccines

15th INTERNATIONAL NANOMEDICINE & DRUG DELIVERY SYMPOSIUM

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CIPhER Friday — Feedback for Learning: How Less Can Often Be More

Flu Vaccines

15th INTERNATIONAL NANOMEDICINE & DRUG DELIVERY SYMPOSIUM

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CIPhER Friday — Feedback for Learning: How Less Can Often Be More

Flu Vaccines

15th INTERNATIONAL NANOMEDICINE & DRUG DELIVERY SYMPOSIUM

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CIPhER Friday — Feedback for Learning: How Less Can Often Be More

Flu Vaccines

Refugee Art Exhibit

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CIPhER Friday — Feedback for Learning: How Less Can Often Be More

Flu Vaccines

Refugee Art Exhibit

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CIPhER Friday — Feedback for Learning: How Less Can Often Be More

Flu Vaccines

Refugee Art Exhibit

28

CIPhER Friday — Feedback for Learning: How Less Can Often Be More

Flu Vaccines

Refugee Art Exhibit

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CIPhER Friday — Feedback for Learning: How Less Can Often Be More

Flu Vaccines

Refugee Art Exhibit

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Flu Vaccines

Refugee Art Exhibit

Family Day

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Flu Vaccines

Refugee Art Exhibit