The Brody School of Medicine Alumni Council serves as a diverse group of individuals with a collective goal of advancing the Brody mission, reconnecting alumni with Brody, and enhancing the alumni program.
Alumni events are hosted throughout the year including a fall alumni reunion weekend, Supper Club, Symposiums, and more!
The class agent is a volunteer position responsible for providing leadership to classmates, encouraging BSOM Reunion attendance and leading the fundraising efforts of the annual “Reunion Challenge.” We are currently recruiting Class Agents for the classes of ’82, ’87, ’92, ’97, ’02, ’07, ’12, and ’17. We ask you, as class agents, to lead by setting a class fundraising goal and inviting your classmates to participate. We also encourage you to gather and celebrate with your classmates in the years you do not mark a five-year milestone. If you’re interested in learning more about being a class agent, contact On this page Grace Tolson with the ECU Health Foundation at TOLSONG15@ECU.EDU
Brody’s Host (Help Our Students Travel) program connects Brody students with alumni during their residency interview process. Hosts work to ease the financial burden and stress of the interview process by opening their homes as well as offering helpful advice regarding residency training, the prospective medical center and community for which they are interviewing.
I Am First, a new student organization, has been developed on the basis of filling in any gaps in knowledge, resources, and support for first generation medical students at the Brody School of Medicine. Many times, families of first-generation American and first-generation medical students lack experience and insight when it comes to important struggles; such as student finances, managing a higher education workload, family life, etc. This organization works by pairing students to physician-volunteers (like yourself!) and producing a strong mentor-mentee relationship throughout their time at Brody. The time commitment varies according to volunteer eligibility, and you do not have to be a first-generation physician yourself to volunteer.
If you are interested in being an alumni volunteer and participating in this program, please fill out the I Am First interest form. Please include any additional questions or thoughts.
To contact the organization with questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sponsor A White Coat
Help support and welcome a new class of students to the Brody School of Medicine at ECU. It is a goal to ensure that each incoming student receives their white coat free of cost.
If you have questions, please contact Grace Tolson with the ECU Health Foundation at TOLSONG15@ECU.EDU.
Community preceptors are a vital part of the clinical education and training of medical students. Preceptorships provide students with real-world clinical experience and an important insight into providing medical care in a community-based practice. This unique community/academic partnership is integral to Brody School of Medicine’s mission to increase the supply of primary care physicians serving the state, to improve the health and well-being of our region, and to train physicians who will meet the health care needs of the state.
If you are interested in precepting a medical student, please complete the interest form. Additional information can be found at https://medicine.ecu.edu/academicaffairs/preceptors/