Records of the School of Brody School of Medicine: Brody School of Medicine Administration Records

1965-2020
University Archives #UA34
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[Item Description and date]. Brody School of Medicine Administration Records. UA34-04, Box [number]. University Archives, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC.
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This collection contains annual reports, publications, photographs from the Brody School of Medicine as well as information from Vidant Health.


Biographical/historical information

The Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University opened in 1978 in an effort to improve the healthcare available to residents of Eastern North Carolina.


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This collection contains annual reports, publications, photographs from the Brody School of Medicine as well as information from Vidant Health.


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Container list
Box 1 Annual Report: 1974-1979 SOM, 1974-1979
Contents

School of Medicine

Box 1 Annual Report: 1979-1981 SOM, 1979-1981
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School of Medicine

Box 1 Annual Report: 1982-1985 SOM and Dept.s, 1982-1985
Contents

SOM '83-'84,'85-'86 Dept. of Family Medicine '81-'82, '82-'83, '83-'84 Dept. of Microbiology & Immunology '83-'84, '84-'85, '85-'86

Box 1 Annual Report: 1986-1987 SOM, Dept Microbiology, and Pitt Co. Memorial Hospital, 1986-1987
Box 1 Annual Report: 1987-1988 SOM and Pitt Co. Memorial Hospital, 1987-1988
Box 1 Annual Report: 1987-1988 Departments, 1987-1988
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Dept. of... Medical Humanities Anatomy and Cell Biology Biochemistry CSO Clinical Pathology and Diognostic Medicine Emergency Medicine Pathology OB/GYN Microbiology and Immunology

Box 2 Annual Report: 1987-1988 Departments, 1987-1988
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Dept. of... Radiation Oncology Psychiatric Medicine Pediatrics Pharmacology Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Physiology

Box 2 Annual Report: 1987-1988 Departments, 1987-1988
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Dept. of... Surgery Family Medicine

Box 2 Annual Report: 1988-1989 SOM and Dept.s, 1988-1989
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Dept. of... Admissions Office Anatomy and Cell Biology Biochemistry Clinical Pathology and Diagnostic Medicine Comparative Medicine

Box 2 Annual Report: 1988-1989 Departments, 1988-1989
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Dept. of... Surgury Microbiology and Immunology Radiation Safety Radiology Radiation Oncology Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Pathology Pediatrics Pharmacology Phsyiology

Box 2 Annual Report: 1988-1989 Departments, 1988-1989
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Dept. of... OB/GYN Psychiatric Medicine Emergency Medicine Medical Humanities Family Medicine CSO ARC

Box 3 Annual Report: 1989-1990 SOM and Departments, 1989-1990
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Dept. of... Surgery(?) Admissions Anatomy and Cell Biology Biochemistry Comparative Medicine Emergency Medicine

Box 3 Annual Report: 1989-1990 Departments, 1989-1990
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Dept. of... Radiation Oncoloyg Psychiatric Physiology Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Pediatrics Pharmacology Clinical Pathology Diagnostic Medicine

Box 3 Annual Report: 1989-1990 Departments, 1989-1990
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Dept. of... Pathology OB/GYN Microbiology and immunology Family Medicine

Box 3 Annual Report: 1990-1991 SOM and Departments, 1990-1991
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Dept. of... Office of Admissions Medicine Anatomy and Cell Biology Biochemistry Comparative Medicine Emergency Medicine Medical Humanities Suregery Wellness Program

Box 3 Annual Report: 1990-1991 Departments, 1990-1991
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Dept. of... Pathology and Labratory Medicine Psychiatric Medicine Pharmacology Physiology OB/GYN Family Medicine Microbiology and Immunology

Box 4 Annual Report: 1991-1992 SOM and Departments, 1991-1992
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Dept. of... Office of Admissions Anatomy and Cell Biology Biochemistry Emergency Medicine Family Medicine Medical Humanities Microbiology and Immunology OB/GYN

Box 4 Annual Report: 1991-1992 Departments, 1991-1992
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Dept. of... Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Pediatrics Pharmacology Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Physiology Psychiatric Medicine Pyschiatry Radiation Oncology Surgery Medicine

Box 4 Annual Report: 1992-1993 Departments, 1992-1993
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Dept. of... Office of Admissions Pharmacology Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Pediatrics OB/GYN Anatomy and Cell Biology Biochemistry Comparative Medicine Family Medicine Medical Humanities Microbiology and Immunology

Box 4 Annual Report: 1992-1993 Departments, 1992-1993
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Dept. of... Physiology Psychiatric Medicine Radiation Oncology Surgery Medicine

Box 4 Annual Report: 1993-1994 SOM and Departments, 1993-1994
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Dept. of... Office of Admissions Continuing Medical Education Anatomy and Cell Biology Biochemistry Comparative Medicine Family Medicine Medical Humanities Medicine Microbiology and Immunology Surgury

Box 4 Annual Report: 1993-1994 Departments, 1993-1994
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Dept. of... Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Physiology Psychiatry Office of Research and Graduate Studies Radiation Oncology Pediatrics Pharmacology OB/GYN Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

Box 5 Annual Report: 1994-1995 SOM, Departments and Pitt Co. Memorial Hospital, 1994-1995
Contents

Dept. of... Office of Admissions Office of Research and Graduate Studies Radiation Oncology Physiology Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Pharmacology Pediatrics Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

Box 5 Annual Report: 1994-1995 Departments, 1994-1995
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Dept. of... OB/GYN Microbiology and Immunology Medicine Medical Humanities Family Medicine Emergency Medicine Comparative Medicine Biochemistry Anatomy and Cell Biology

Misc. Reports: Research and Creativity Production table Activity Report: Richard Rumley Faculty Annual Report: James A. Hallock M.D.

Box 5 Annual Report: 1965 Chowan Evaluation Clinic
UA34.04.02.01.01 Volume 2, Number 3, 1979 August
UA34.04.02.01.02 Volume 3, Number 1, 1980 February
UA34.04.02.01.03 Volume 3, Number 2, 1980 May
UA34.04.02.01.04 Volume 3, Number 3, 1980 August
UA34.04.02.01.05 Volume 3, Number 4, 1980 November
UA34.04.02.01.06 Volume 4, Number 1, 1981 March
UA34.04.02.01.07 Volume 4, Number 2, 1981 June
UA34.04.02.01.08 Volume 4, Number 3, 1981 September
UA34.04.02.01.09 Volume 5, Number 1, 1982 February
UA34.04.02.01.10 Volume 5, Number 2, 1982 June
UA34.04.02.01.11 Volume 5, Number 3, 1982 October
UA34.04.02.01.12 Volume 5, Number 4, 1982 Fall
UA34.04.02.01.13 Volume 6, Number 1, 1983 May
UA34.04.02.01.14 Volume 6, Number 2, 1983 July
UA34.04.02.01.15 Volume 6, Number 3, 1983 December
UA34.04.02.01.16 Volume 7, Number 1, 1984 April
UA34.04.02.01.17 Volume 7, Number 2, 1984 July
UA34.04.02.01.18 Volume 7, Number 3, 1984 October
UA34.04.02.01.19 Volume 8, Number 1, 1985 February
UA34.04.02.01.20 Volume 8, Number 2, 1985 June
UA34.04.02.01.21 Volume 8, Number 3, 1985 December
UA34.04.02.01.22 Volume 9, Number 1, 1987 Spring
UA34.04.02.01.23 Volume 10, Number 1, 1988 Fall
UA34.04.02.01.24 Volume 11, Number 1, 1989 Fall
UA34.04.02.01.25 Volume 12, Number 1, 1990 Fall
UA34.04.02.01.26 Volume 13, Number 1, 1992 Summer
UA34.04.02.01.27 Volume 14, Number 1, 1993 Summer
UA34.04.02.01.28 Volume 15, Number 1, 1994-1995 Winter
UA34.04.02.01.29 Volume 15, Number 2, 1995 Fall
UA34.04.02.01.30 Volume 16, Number 1, 1996 Summer
UA34.04.02.01.31 Volume 16, Number 2, 1996-1997 Winter
UA34.04.02.01.32 Volume 17, Number 1, 1997-1998 Winter
UA34.04.02.01.33 Volume 18, Number 1, 1999 Winter
UA34.04.02.02.01 Volume 1, Numbers 1-4, 1983
Headlines

July 1983 1. The first Ph.D. 2. ECU, city schools develop honors science program 3. For the graduates, a week to remeber 4. Now the real work starts 5. A North Carolina doctor in Cambodia August 1983 1. Stress and the family physician 2. Hospital to be designated emergency center 3. ECU researchers hunting for stinging insects 4. School of Medicine awards first geriatrics fellowship 5. Fetal tracing system moves info, not patient 6. Laupus to head national group September 1983 1. Course work: The curriculum gets an overhaul 2. the 28th transplant 3. Haller has part in Reye syndrome study October-Novermber 1983 1. Marsha's story 2. Misperceptions cloud image of Family Practice Center 3. DEC to direct Martin pre-school project

UA34.04.02.02.02 Volume 2, Numbers 1-9, 1984
Headlines

January 1984 1. Equipment gift opens new field of research 2. Outpatient Center now offers clinic for teen-agers 3. Palade calls for more M.D. investigators 4. New department slowly gaining identity February 1984 1. Ronald McDonald House coming to city 2. Learning family medicine out in the country 3. Discovery results in salmonellay test 4. Beating the smoking habit with Bowyer 5. CMC trio making their mark in computer graphics March 1984: 1. What future, health care? 2. A transcontinental job swap 3. A glassy-eyed look at America's 'great binge' 4. Casualties of the micro-computer revolution April 1984 1. Thornton to speak at SOM convocation 2. New laboratory saves money, spurs research 3. CSO host students in opportunity program 4. Med school to go on-line with new computer link-up 5. Learning the business of medicine 6. Fine needle procedure an asset in diagnosis June 1984 1. Change, growth mark '84 class 2. And then there were two 3. Thornton tells grads to put patients first 4. From Juarez, with love July 1984 1. Cardiac surgery to begin in July 2. Tough residency prepared surgeon 3. New Study evaluates gastric bypass surgery 4. Psychiatrists help children cope with effects of tornado 5. Rights of mentally retarded examined in new faculty book 6. Helicopter service planned 7. Jones named ob/gyn Chair August 1984 1. Regional geriatrics facility planned 2. Improving health care for migrant children 3. Physicians group confronts issues of nuclear war 4. Summer fellowship program aids high school teachers September 1984 1. New curriculum study looks at cost-containment issues 2. Uncommon grounds 3. Class of 1988 - a profile 4. Med school helps city with wellness project October 1984 1. AMA heads rips Medicare rules 2. Major project targets Type II diabetes 3. HST&D, Getting a handle on health care in the East 4. D-I-V-O-R-C-E spells a new American revolution 5. Family members suffer, cope with Alzheimer's Disease tragedy 6. University expands program in biotechnology training State approval sought for two SOM building projects November-December 1984 1. Report calls for major changes in medical education 2. new cell sorter expected to enhance medical research 3. Laupus on GPEP 4. How are you feeling today? 5. Professionals must come to terms with the incest taboo 6. New donor apheresis unit opens in Outpatient Center

UA34.04.02.02.03 Volume 3, Numbers 1-10, 1985
Headlines

January 1985 1. Computer matching service: Program finds places for doctors 2. Honors program an 'adventrue in science' 2. Pharmacology awards Ph.D. 3. Diabetic recalls offer she couldn't refuse 4. new associate dean to work in program development, education February 1985 1. 'Spring Fling' to aid Ronald House 2. Electronic tech a silent partner in research 3. Doctor-philosopher favors reporting medical negligence 4. Helicopter ambulance serice points toward early April start-up 5. Med School, N.C. Eye Bank join forces in recovery effort March 1985 1. DeBakey to speak at convocation 2. Study links pesticide to immune hazard 3. A life's work honored 4. Match day '85 April 1985 1. States lining up for share of 'new science' 2. Debakey's genius both technical, conceptual 3. Surgeon advocates move to more kidney transplants 4. Pilot in love with 'magic' of helicopter flight 5. Hospital lab begins screening blood for AIDS July 1985 1. Bruschi's project bound for space 2. Brody scholars named from class of 1989 3. DeBakey says high medical costs inevitable 4. One student's journey 5. Chairman named for new clinical department 6. Cardiac surgery marks first year, begins congenital program 7. Brinn gets new diabetes grant 8. 300-liter fermenter to brew benefits in biotechnology August 1985 1. School to mark 10th anniversary 2. Aids expected to increase in Eastern N.C. 3. Anyone for shot put? 4. Advoctes spreading healthy messages in the East 5. School opens health center for teens September 1985 1. Open house, picnic highlight anniversary 2. Leo Jenkins: The man who said 'why not?' 3. Students find financial aid and more at new office 4. Paul Mehne appointed associate dean October 1985 1. Laupus assesses the first decade 2. New microbiology chairman envisions program growth 3. British exchange students return to the 'colonies' November 1985 1. ECU tabbed for geriatrics project 2. Laser illuminates new approaches to surgery 3. Researchers use microcomputers to study heart ventricle motion December 1985 1. A special program for special kids 2. Northern med school dean keeps bottom line in mind 3. An interview with Dr. S. Claus 4. Anyone for outer space? 5. Healthier moms, babies is new group's goal 6. Expansion seen for Health Sciences Library

UA34.04.02.02.04 Volume 4, Numbers 2-3, 1986
Headlines

October 1986 1. AMA seeks malpractice reform 2. Researchers seek longer life for platelets 3. Honor code reflects ethics of medicine 4. Bell calls users library's heart 5. Library's new system siplifies tasks 6. Med school lends help to 2 comunities 7. Five doctors participate in geriatric fellowship November 1986 1. Girls fare better as latchkey kids 2. Computers help officers keep Brody safe 3. Radiologist shares expertise in China December 1986 1. NIH to award ECU a $2.55-million grant for diabetes research 2. Dodson wins Russell Drake Award for drawings 3. Use of children in research still questioned 4. SNMA spreads goodwill, cheer 5. Mary Faison talks about life with a vision 6. Root medicine discussed in a clinical setting 7. Wilson couple gets kidney transplants at ECU

UA34.04.02.02.05 Volume 5, Numbers 1-4; Volume 6, Numbers 7-9, 1987
Headlines

January 1987 *See December 1986* February 1987 1. EastCare crew prepares to resume flights following Jan. crash 2. Cooperative ventures: A new resource for researchers 3. Post-Polio Syndrome victims treated at new clinic 4. OPS opens new office in Brody 5. Adult day care center awarded $131,106 by Reynolds' Trust May-June 1987 1. Put care back into medicine says Pories 2. Telethon labeled "bigger, better" 3. Twain follows path of double visions 4. First Research Day yields myriad of findings March-April 1987 1. ECU gets $2.55 million for diabetes research 2. ECU surgery team makes strides in cardiac services 3. Seminar aimed at elevating morale in future doctors 4. Changes sought in residency match process 5. Black women physicians' history is hidden, says archivist 6. Organ transplants increase; ethic, morals pondered 7. Health Promotions Office offers 'people message' October 1987 1. 6 SOM students get medical scholarships 2. ECU re-establishes Heath Science Division 3. ECU transplant programs give secon chance to patients November 1987 1. CME keeps pace with physicians' quest for scientific knowledge 2. Cardiac program to take aim at high-cholesterol diets 3. Laupus, family saluted at banquet, symposium 4. Laupus declares yearlong moratorium on animal use in labs December 1987 1. Dean's search committee named; Norris appointed chairman 2. Spock backs child-rearing with friendly, unscolding approach 3. Study to explore dietary needs of children with sickle cell disease

UA34.04.02.02.06 Volume 7, Numbers 1-2; May-December 1988, 1988
Headlines

February-March 1988 1. Austin named chief of cadiac surgery 2. Pathologist's job: Blend of doctor, detective 3. Area women learn of breast cancer risks April 1988 1. Coffey to address class of 1988 2. Biotechnology building to house multi-disciplinary research projects 3. Doctors get duel training in physical, psychological disorders 4. Computers simplify Match process; students welcome change May-June 1988 1. Resistant tumor cells focus of Nyce's study 2. Aging to challenge future doctors, Coffey syas 3. MRI: Sophisticated diagnostic tool provides non-invasive scans July-August 1988 1. Biotechnology Building opening: A shared occasion 2. Search narrows for new SOM dean 3. Lannin to study why rural women tend to delay cancer treatment 4. Patient visits nearly double at ECU Outpatient Center 5. CSO summer programs prepare students for medical training September 1988 1. Hallock assumes post as medical school dean 2. Jones elected AMA student speaker 3. ECU shares N.C. Biotechonology Center's aims 4. Blades' neighborliness draws him to community affairs October-November 1988 1. SOM Research: Peterson gets $115,000 for Alzheimer's Disease study 2. Cocaine's effects on infants focus of SOM study 3. Jones becomes 41st AAFP president; Monroe, Blair get honors 4. Outpatient clinic keys on ailments of performing artists 5. AMA president calls for allocations reform 6. Kopelman challenges students to think critically 7. Wiley to head Radiation Oncology Center December 1988 1. ECU performs autologous bone marrow transplant 2. Rahman to study alcohol's effects on hypertension medication 3. Mutant surf doctors' football hopes scuttled 4. Barnes shares cheerfulness with students, staffers

UA34.04.02.02.07 February-November 1989, 1989
Headlines

February- March 1989 1. Pharmacist targets elderly's drug needs 2. Ways to seek alternative treatment for leukemia patients 3. Peer counseling provides bridge over medical students' woes 4. Search under way for Laupus' successor April 1989 1. Adams gets $600,000 grant for herpes simplex study 2. Hallock favors MCAT revisions 3. Family doctors are family advocates, says Bremer May 1989 1. Class of '89 honors Bakerman posthumously 2. Cancer center approved for ECU, PCMH complex 3. Kannon wins top prize for research on skin tumors June 1989 1. Laupus receives Gardner Award 2. Connell named health sciences vice chancellor 3. Thomas gets $1.6 million NIH grant: immunosuppressive drug dependency 4. Ingalls delivers straight facts on personnel matters July/August 1989 1. $888,734 Kellogg grant to support teen health project 2. Camp needles combines diabetes lessons, summer fun 3. Residents' lifestyle: Late night calls, intense training September 1989 1. Diaabetes Center approved for School of Medicine 2. Kasperek to study effects of exercise on muscle protein 3. SOM doctors participate in East's first Medical Hotline 4. Williams' creative talents spruce up SOM's image 5. Cancer Center named for late Leo W. Jenkins October 1989 1. SOM research grants climb by more than $1.1 million 2. Laupus sees crisis in learned professions 3. Medical students help to improve health of homeless 4. Trevathan defends children witih special needs November 1989 1. SOM to use Cherry Hostpital as teaching, training facility 2. Cunningham guided by role models; today , inspires others 3. Jacobs says research results in personal rewards

UA34.04.02.02.08 December 1989-May 1990, 1990
Headlines

December 1989 - January 1990 1. SOM physicians use radiation during surgery 2. Diamond to investigate mental illness in youths 3. AMA trustee calls for retention of doctor-patient relationships 4. Students learn Indian culture, refine skills February 1990 1. Accreditation team to rate medical school activites 2. Doctors treat naggin pain at new medical school clinic 3. AOA honor society established at School ov Medicine 4. ECU Diabetes Center mini-grants support new research projects 5. Medical school physicians, students to aid adolescent health center March 1990 1. Medical honor society chartered; 20 inducted 2. Davis, AMA past president, to speak at 1990 Convocation 3. Lessons in healthy lifestyle key to program for diabetics 4. Allison strikes diverse chords to convey healthy messages April/May 1990 1. Grant to fund ECU sugy of novel cancer treatment 2. James succeeds Mathis as psych chair 3. ECU undertakes cancer study 4. Dr. mathis calls it a career

UA34.04.02.03.01 Volume 1, Numbers 1-3; Volume 2, Numbers 1-2, 1992
Headlines

February 1992 1. Alcohol, drug center formed 2. UMC becomes marrow collection site 3. Brinn named anatomy chair 4. Media campaign appeals to teens April-May 1992 1. Med schools to develop new exam 2. Noted novelist is convocation speaker 3. Dattilo recognized for research 4. Wiley's gubernatorial bid short-lived November 1992 1. SOM ranks 1st in primary care 2. Berbecker gift to fund professorship 3. Pediatrician publishes in N.E. Journal, adolescent diabetes. 4. Ob/gyn to offer vitro fertilization 5. AIDS authority to visit next spring 6. Survey: Medical campus buckled up 7. CME program to reach rural doctors 8. Department of Medicine has new chair December 1992-January 1993 1. ECU selected for 'Generalist Initiative' 2. 'Telemedicine' linkage set for testing 3.M-1 class using high-tech 'visual aid' 4. Policy expert foresees changes soon, health care reform March-April 1993 1. 816 Big Switch comein in June 2. Rural residencies to shift locus of training

UA34.04.02.04.01 Volume 1, Numbers 1-2, 1994
Headlines

Jan.-Feb. 1994 1. Med school ranks high in key mission areas 2. Novel training set for health students 3. Rigorous rehab program challenges patients 4. Child labor study points to abuses 5. Research! NC spread hopeful message 6. Learning the ropes... Apr.-May 1994 1. Elders to speak at convocation 2. Allied Health looking at PA program 3. 'It's been a real tiem for learning' 4. First IVF pregnancy recoreded at medical center 5. Mustafa gets new grant for asthma study 6. Buttke's findings suggest possible way to combat AIDS virus 7. The Wonder, The Worry, The Will 8. Accessible, available and affordable

Box 6 Issue #1, 1996 Fall
Box 6 Issue #2, 1997 Winter
Box 6 Issue #3, 1997 Summer
Box 6 Issue #4, 1997 Fall/Winter
Box 6 Issue #5, 1998 Spring
Box 6 Issue #6, 1998 Fall
Box 6 Issue #7, 1999 Winter/Spring
Box 6 Issue #8, 1999 Summer
Box 6 Issue #10, 2000 Summer
Box 6 Calender of Continuing Education Eastern Area Health Education Center: October, November, December 2000, 2000 Fall
Box 6 Catalog, 1999-2000
Box 6 Catalog, 2000-2001
UA34.04.03.01 White Coats for Black Lives Rally, 2020-06-28

Digital photographs of the White Coats for Black Lives March held on Friday, June 26, 2020 at Lake Laupus on East Carolina's Health Science Campus. The event was open to all community members but was mainly comprised of nurses, physicians, staff, and students from Vidant Hospital, the ECU Clinics, and the Health Science Campus. It was hosted by the Joint Social Action Committee and Student National Medical Association (SNMA) of the Brody School of Medicine.

These pictures were taken by Dr. Caroline M. Houston, MD, Associate Professor of Endocrinology, East Carolina University Brody School of Medicine using an iPhone 11Pro, and Dr. Giselle Bair, MD, Diabetes Fellow holding a joint appointment with the ECU Division of Endocrinology and Vidant Hospital.

UA34.04.04.01 COVID-19 information, 2020-07-31

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