Research Archives

Jun 26, 2018
  • ECU News Services

Abroad in Saipan: Same field school, different perspectives

ECU maritime studies program professor Dr. Jennifer McKinnon and several graduate students traveled to Saipan this summer to conduct archaeological surveys of surrounding waters to locate and document sites related...

Jun 25, 2018
  • ECU News Services

REDE retreat discusses interdisciplinary research

Cross-discipline research was the topic at hand June 20 at the 2018 Research, Economic Development and Engagement Interdisciplinary Research Retreat held at Greenville’s Eastern Area Health Education Center. More than...

Dr. Darla Liles with patient Raynelle Phipps
Jun 22, 2018
  • Rob Spahr

TREATING ITP

The Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University took part in the study of a new drug recently approved by the FDA to treat a bleeding disorder. Idiopathic thrombocytopenic...

Jun 22, 2018
  • ECU News Services

ECU researchers participate in Camp Lejeune symposium

Faculty members from East Carolina University participated in the eighth Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune Research Symposium on May 25. ECU investigators were among the only civilian university participants to...

Dr. Kym Gowdy has received a $2.5 million grant to study the effect of pollution on the immune system. (Photos by Cliff Hollis)
Jun 21, 2018
  • Jules Norwood

OZONE EXPOSURE

Ground-level air pollution can cause a variety of health problems, and East Carolina University’s Dr. Kym Gowdy is taking a closer look at how and why. Her work, for which...

Jun 17, 2018
  • ECU News Services

Maritime students go from surveying WWII sites underwater to local outreach

ECU maritime studies program professor Dr. Jennifer McKinnon and several graduate students are in Saipan this summer to conduct archaeological surveys of surrounding waters to locate and document sites related...

Dr. Motaleb views the bacteria that cause Lyme disease through a microscope
Jun 08, 2018
  • Jules Norwood

TICK SEASON

Researchers at East Carolina University, with funding from the National Institutes of Health, have declared open season on the bacteria that cause Lyme disease. While rarely fatal, Lyme disease can...

Jun 07, 2018
  • ECU News Services

Graduate students learning to become better archaeologists, divers on Saipan trip

ECU maritime studies program professor Dr. Jennifer McKinnon and several graduate students are in Saipan this summer to conduct archaeological surveys of surrounding waters to locate and document sites related...

Jun 05, 2018
  • ECU News Services

Graduate students' work in Saipan could help with recovery of servicemen MIA after WWII

ECU maritime studies program professor Dr. Jennifer McKinnon and several graduate students are in Saipan this summer to conduct archaeological surveys of surrounding waters to locate and document sites related...

May 31, 2018
  • ECU News Services

ECU researcher examines barriers faced by older Latinos in cancer treatment

Abby J. Schwartz, assistant professor of social work at East Carolina University, recently completed a study in partnership with Lauren Ring and Allen Glicksman, researchers at the Philadelphia Corporation for...