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COVID-19 in U.S. Prisons: An ArcGIS Story Map

January 28, 2021

SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, has ravaged high-density areas ranging from New York City to rural churches. Prisons, however, have been largely undiscussed hotspots of infection and death. Incarcerated people are 550% more likely to contract COVID-19 and 300% … Continued

Jacqueline Gu on HHJ Podcast

November 16, 2020

As we struggle to enrich our lives and occupy our minds while we navigate these stressful times, many like myself have taken this opportunity to explore podcasts to feel connected with others, and in some ways distracted from the cacophony … Continued

Alumni Spotlight: Caroline Fryar

November 12, 2020

Caroline Fryar, a fourth-year medical student at UNC, is taking the goals of HHIVE out of Greenlaw 524 and into the world. In 2010, Fryar served as an undergraduate member of HHIVE, and fondly remembers attending Grand Rounds events and … Continued

Alumni Spotlight: Nick Allen

October 8, 2020

Not long gone, and definitely not forgotten, Nick Allen completed his Master’s degree in UNC’s English Department’s Literature, Medicine, and Culture program in 2019 and thus concluded his role as HHIVE Lab Coordinator. Nick discovered HHIVE through his undergraduate thesis … Continued

Mili Dave on Dr. Damon Tweedy’s Grand Rounds

September 14, 2020

Dr. Damon Tweedy’s Grand Rounds: “Reflections on Race and Medicine in the Year of COVID-19 and National Protests” “#BlackLivesMatter.” It is Instagrammed and retweeted, inscribed onto signs and roared at protests rippling across the nation. It is echoed everywhere yet … Continued