The Fabrica, the Epitome, and Issues of Accessibility in Early Modern Anatomy, with Michael J. Clark

2019-02-26 12:19:45

By Linda Johnsen (2/19/2019) The Bullitt History of Medicine Club Lecture will discuss how Andreas Vesalius increased access to human anatomy with the publication of De Humani Corporis Fabrica Libri…


HSL Events for the Week of Balance

2018-12-14 16:44:27

The Health Sciences Library has several events planned for the Week of Balance here at UNC! Pet Therapy! Therapy Dog Whiskey will visit on December 5th from 12 pm to 1 pm in Rm 527. Therapy Dog Dallas will visit on December 6th from 12 pm to 2 pm in…


Health Technology Symposium November 30, 2018

2018-12-04 08:34:58

Health Ethics at the Intersection of Data and Technology Friday, November 30, 2018 9 am to 3 pm Health Sciences Library 2nd Floor Featuring researchers, clinicians, technologists, and patient advocates from UNC-Chapel Hill and local industry. Topics include data governance in global health, ethics of AI in health care, and…


Anatomy Day: November 13, 2018

2018-11-13 14:06:34

You are invited to the 2018 UNC School of Medicine Anatomy Day! Tuesday, November 13, 2018 12 – 2:00 p.m. Health Sciences Library, Room 527 Compare what you’ve seen in the gross anatomy lab with historical representations of human anatomy over the centuries. Materials are drawn from the Rare Book…


Reconstructing Frankenstein’s Monster: Mary Shelley’s World in Print

2018-05-18 10:01:29

Opening April 26, 2018 “Reconstructing Frankenstein’s Monster: Mary Shelley’s World in Print” is a class-curated, full-scale exhibition about the world in which Mary Shelley wrote her classic novel “Frankenstein.” The exhibition focuses on themes such as global exploration, political turmoil in England and France, medical experimentation and sexual liberation. The…


Beat Exam Stress at University Libraries during Week of Balance

2018-05-08 08:33:02

Cuddle with a therapy dog, cat or miniature horse. Attend a yoga or mindfulness workshop. Escape with some virtual reality. Or scream it all out in front of Davis Library. Exam time is rough, but Carolina’s libraries are here for you with the Week of Balance. It’s a week of…


Five Reasons to Give $5 to Carolina’s Libraries for GiveUNC

2018-04-11 08:32:25

April 10 is GiveUNC, a day of action for Tar Heels everywhere to give back to Carolina.

At the University Libraries, we’re looking for 100 students to give $5 each. And who better to explain why you should than one of our student employees. Cassie Hazell is…


HSL Hosts Carolina’s Very First Digital Health Symposium

2018-03-15 13:29:02

The Health Sciences Library (HSL) on Friday, February 23rd, hosted Carolina’s very first Digital Health symposium; Digital Health Everywhere. Approximately 90 people from academia, non-profit, government, and industry participated in this day-long event that highlighted current and emerging trends in digital health.  [caption id="attachment_10996" align="alignright" width="300"] Elaine Westbrooks speaking at…


Digital Health Everywhere Symposium Feb. 23

2018-05-09 12:18:41

The Health Sciences Library (HSL) at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill will host Digital Health Everywhere; a symposium that will highlight a wide range of current and emerging trends in digital health. The speakers will be UNC researchers, students, and library staff, plus representatives from industry, government,…


Digital Health Symposium Call for Posters!

2018-02-06 08:06:21

Submit your abstract now to get a chance to present your work at the first Digital Health Symposium at UNC’s Health Sciences Library. The theme of the event is “Digital Health Everywhere,” and the symposium will span a wide range of digital health topics. Speakers will include UNC researchers,…


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