The NC Agromedicine Institute is a University of North Carolina Institute.

Member Universities:
East Carolina University
North Carolina State University
NC Agricultural & Technical State University
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The NCAI invites you to help further its mission through your contributions to the following funds:

NC Agromedicine Institute Fund (for current and ongoing activities): Make check payable to “East Carolina University Medical & Health Sciences Foundation Inc.” with memo designation “NC Agromedicine Institute.” Mail to NCAI, c/o Director, 1157 VOA Site C Road, Greenville, NC 27834.

North Carolina State University Agromedicine Endowment (for long-term sustainability of Institute) OR North Carolina State University Agromedicine Enhancement Fund (for current and ongoing activities): Make check payable to “NCSU Agromedicine Endowment” OR “NCSU Agromedicine Enhancement Fund.” Mail to NC Agricultural Foundation, c/o Chris Wessel, Campus Box 7645, Raleigh, NC 27695-7645. Make a secure online donation at,

Donations may be used for activities related to the NC Agromedicine Institute's mission including but not limited to:

  • Education & outreach events such as farm safety days, commodity meetings, & farm shows.
  • Travel & or tuition assistance for farmers, fishers, foresters, their family members & workers to participate in Agromedicine related events & training.
  • Support for Institute Board of Partners & Board of Directors meetings as well as for NC AgrAbility Advisory Board meetings
  • Stipends for student internships & post doctoral fellowships
  • Travel & or tuition assistance for health care providers & other professionals attending the Institute's Agricultural Medicine Course or other Agromedicine related training events.
  • Assistance with services & equipment for NC AgrAbility Partnership clients
  • Production of Institute media & publications
  • Institute staff & faculty continuing education activities and travel
  • General institute operating expenses & equipment
Kids at 2011 Progress Ag Safety DayDr. Jimo Ibrahim (NCAT) while at the 2010 NC Department of Transportation Health Fair in Cabarrus County where he conducted power take off safety demonstrations.