News & Announcements
A doctoral student in the pharmacology and toxicology program at the Brody School of Medicine is part of a team that synthesized a molecule that has proved effective at killing cancer cells without harming surrounding tissue.
In keeping with Brody’s mission to tackle the statewide shortage of primary care physicians, 61 percent of Brody graduates will be entering primary care residencies, and 36 percent will remain in North Carolina for their training.
An international group of researchers including East Carolina University's Brody School of Medicine immunotoxicity expert Dr. Jamie DeWitt, co-authored a feature article in the most recent edition of the journal Environmental Science & Technology calling for regulation of an entire class of highly fluorinated chemicals.
- May2911-Week Summer Session 2017; State Holiday (no classes).
- May29Summer Session 2017; State Holiday (no classes).
- Jun06Summer Session 2017; Last day for undergraduate and graduate students to withdraw from term-length courses or withdraw from school without grades by 5:00 pm. Block courses may be dropped only during the first 60% of their regularly scheduled class meeting