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Jun 06, 2022
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ECU Physicians receives national recognition for diabetes care

Thirty-five ECU Physicians clinicians have received national recognition for their exceptional care of patients with diabetes. Sixteen of the 35 are receiving this designation for the third time. ECU Physicians, which...

Mar 25, 2022
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ECU professor named to national committee on equity and inclusion

Dr. Rachel Roper, professor in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology in the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, has been appointed to the American Society for Microbiology...

Mar 18, 2022
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Emergency medicine professor earns national award in medical toxicology

A Brody School of Medicine emergency medicine professor has received a national award for his work in medical toxicology research. Dr. Jason Hack, vice chair for research and chief of...

Mar 15, 2022
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College of Nursing speaker addresses inequities among Black farmers

The ECU College of Nursing celebrated Black History Month with a discussion on the legacy and future of Black farmers in local communities. Keynote speaker Rev. Richard Joyner presented “Black...

Feb 04, 2022
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ECU’s Laupus Library to host Love Data Week

A tradition of information-sharing and conversations about data gathering and use will continue this year during Love Data Week, hosted by Laupus Health Sciences Library. Love Data Week, an international...

Dec 02, 2021
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ECU health sciences authors honored for publications

Faculty and staff from across East Carolina University’s Division of Health Sciences gathered Nov. 9 at the Trade Club in TowneBank Tower at Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium for the William E. Laupus...

Nov 19, 2021
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Pathology resident wins national award for creating innovative learning materials

When the pandemic limited clinical interactions for medical students and residents, Dr. Nupur Sharma decided to help her colleagues continue to learn. Sharma, a senior resident physician in pathology in...

Nov 09, 2021
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Neuroscience symposium features ECU medical school alumnus turned Harvard researcher

A Brody School of Medicine alumnus revisited his roots recently when he headlined a neuroscience symposium on campus. The Eastern Carolina Chapter of the Society for Neuroscience (ECCSfN) held its 23rd...

Oct 22, 2021
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ECU health sciences library kicks off webinar series on problems facing migrant farmworkers

The Laupus Health Sciences Library Diversity Committee and its partners kicked off a webinar series on issues facing migrant farmworkers on Oct. 20, with a keynote address on digital inclusion...

Aug 19, 2021
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Four students at ECU’s Brody School of Medicine have been awarded the university’s most prestigious medical scholarship. Quashawn Rakeem Chadwick, Ryan Dickerson, Dana Shefet and Uma Gaddamanugu — all North...