From peanut allergies to the death penalty, Carolina’s Summer Undergraduate Research Fellows (SURFs) are gaining hands-on research experience in the lab and the field.
Cheerag Upadhyaya works to improve outcomes for surgical patients.
From pickleball to LEGO, Carolina researchers engage in a variety of hobbies to escape stressors that come with a career in academia.
Denise “Dee” Yookong Williams uses art to help LGBTQ youth and youth of color process their experiences around suicide.
By combining best practices in education and mental health care, Christina Cruz works to enhance interventions for elementary-aged patients before concerns become crises.
Mary Kimmel is a physician researcher, advocate, and mom dedicated to changing the way mothers who need mental health care are perceived and treated.
Nivi Ramasamy unravels the link between obesity and cancer.
Jordan April is establishing a national database that will empower residents facing health concerns about lead exposure in their homes.
Upon watching her brother grow up and struggle with cystic fibrosis, Rhianna Lee has dedicated her life to studying the disease.
Marc Emerson’s experiences growing up in Navajo Nation guide his research on health equity in American Indian and Alaskan Native communities.