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ECU College of Allied Health Sciences ECU College of Allied Health Sciences

ECU College of Allied Health Sciences ECU College of Allied Health Sciences

The home of North Carolina's first and only college of allied health sciences. East Carolina University is the largest university provider of allied health professionals for the state.

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Breaking Barriers: Interprofessional event brings health sciences students together

At first glance, it looks like a singles speed-dating event. You hear "Where are you from?" and "Why did you get into medicine?" But listen closer and you find out the event is focused on future health care workers working together.

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Pirate Profile: Jonathan Bullock is educating patients on disease prevention as a physician assistant in training

Jonathan Bullock is a true Pirate through it all. He completed his undergraduate degree at ECU in Athletic Training and is currently a graduate student majoring in Physician Assistant Studies. While starting the process of looking into PA school, he only applied to ECU.

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Colleges of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences open collaborative research hub

The two colleges have been working together on research for years, but a new collaborative research hub promises to make the grant application and administration process more efficient, leaving faculty members more time to focus on improving patient outcomes and overall health and wellness.

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College Highlights

Dean Robert Orlikoff

Welcome from the Dean

As Dean of the College of Allied Health Sciences at East Carolina University, I extend a most sincere welcome.

Improving lives through research

Research in the College of Allied Health Sciences addresses life-changing injuries and diseases such as spinal cord damage and osteoarthritis.

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