Brody Medical Sciences Building

Greenville, NC 27858-4353

Brody Medical Sciences Building
The Brody Medical Sciences Building is the focal point of the School of Medicine’s education, service, and research programs. It provides modern and comfortable accommodations for students, faculty, and staff as well as convenient access to the school’s academic support programs and Pitt County Memorial Hospital.

Administration
Phone: 252-744-2201 (Dean’s Office)

Brody Outpatient Center
Phone: 252-744-1111
Patients throughout the region visit the Brody Outpatient Center for general, diagnostic and subspecialty ambulatory care. The center, which also features private parking and a separate entrance for patients, is located on the first floor of the west side of the Brody Building.

Brody Auditorium
Phone: 744-1010
Located in the Brody Medical Sciences building, the Brody Auditorium can be divided into three sections and is equipped for video presentations, computer presentations,16mm film, and satellite downlink.

Office of Medical Education and Student Development
Brody 2N-64
Phone: 252-744-2830
The Office of Medical Education and Student Development works with students, teaching faculty and others to maximize the academic success and professional development of all medical students at the Brody School of Medicine.  A variety of innovative approaches to teaching, as well as a strong academic support system, ensures that our students proceed through medical school efficiently and go on to compete for the residency positions of their choice.

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Upcoming Events

Academic Workshop

Academic Workshop 12pm 8/20

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Academic Workshop

Academic Workshop 8am 8/22

MBTI & Test Taking Skills

Seminar Anatomy and Cell Biology

Seminar Anatomy and Cell Biology 2pm 8/25

Sirinivasan Vijayaraghavan, Ph.D. Kent State University; Kent, Ohio Department of Biological Sciences Seminar Title: "The signaling enzymes PP1y2 and...

30 minute clinic

30 minute clinic 7:15am 8/27

Utilizing Your Learning Preferences: VARK and ILS

Microbiology & Immunology Seminar

Microbiology & Immunology Seminar 12pm 9/18

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