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Ten ECU graduate students will spend the next year making health care more accessible to populations that are often overlooked. The students — five from the Brody School of Medicine and five from the School of Dental Medicine — have been named North Carolina Albert Schweitzer Fellows.
The Office of Health Access in the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, working with the Foundation for Health Leadership & Innovation, has secured a grant that should go a long way towards improving population health in the East.
Dr. Kodi Azari has been a lead surgeon on multiple hand transplantation operations, including the first double-hand transplantation and the first arm transplantation performed in the U.S. The chief of reconstructive transplantation in UCLA's Department of Surgery recently visited ECU to reconnect with mentors and speak with students.