Carrie Elzie, PhD

<p>University of Alabama at Birmingham 2006</p>
<p>PhD,  Molecular & Cellular Pathology</p>
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<p>University of Nebraska Lincoln</p>
<p>MS (currently),  Quantitative, Qualitative, Psychometric Methods</p>
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Associate Professor

Pathology and Anatomy


Lewis Hall

757.446.5787

elzieca@evms.edu


Based on my twang, it is pretty clear that I am a proud North Carolinian. When I need a break from work you can find me playing with my dog, paddle boarding or torturing myself at hot yoga. And I am pretty sure I can beat Shazam!

 

Faculty Appointments

Associate Professor Department of Pathology & Anatomy

Program Director, Contemporary Human Anatomy Masters Program

Courses Taught

Human Structure

General Mechanisms of Disease

Clinical Gross Anatomy

Contemporary Histology

Medical Imaging

Instructional Methods

Capstone Research

Office Hours

By appointment

Undergraduate Degree

Lenoir Rhyne University 2000

BS,  Biology

 

Graduate Education

University of Alabama at Birmingham 2006

PhD,  Molecular & Cellular Pathology

 

University of Nebraska Lincoln

MS (currently),  Quantitative, Qualitative, Psychometric Methods

 

 

Postdoctoral Education

Vanderbilt University,  Scientist-Educator Postdoctoral Fellowship  2006 - 2009

 

Lab Location

Lewis 3148

Research Interests

 

Current Projects

I am currently working on developing several new engaging e-modules for medical education.

Presentations and Scholarships

Selected Publications

Conran, R., Elzie, C., Knollman-Ritschel, B., Domen, R., Powell, S.  Due Process in Medical Education: Legal Considerations. Academic Pathology. in press.

Trace AP, Ortiz D, Deal AK, Retrouvey, MV, Elzie CA, Goodmurphy CW, Morey J.  Radiology’s Emerging Role in 3D Printing Application in Healthcare.  J of the American College of Radiology, July 2016, Volume 13, Issue 7, Pages 856–862.e4

Elzie CA and Janetopoulos C.  FRAP analysis of chemosensory components of Dictyostelium.  Methods Mol Biol. 2009, 571:349-69

Elzie CA, Colby J, Sammons MA and Janetopoulos C.  Dynamic localization of G proteins in Dictyostelium Discoideum.  J Cell Sci., 2009 Aug 1;122 (Pt 15):2597-603

Elzie CA and Pallero MA, Chen J, Mosher DF and Murphy-Ullrich JE.  Thrombospondin1 binding to Calreticulin-LRP1 signals resistance to anoikis.  FASEB J., 2008 Nov; 22(11):3968-7

 

Faculty Appointments

Associate Professor Department of Pathology & Anatomy

Program Director, Contemporary Human Anatomy Masters Program

Courses Taught

Human Structure

General Mechanisms of Disease

Clinical Gross Anatomy

Contemporary Histology

Medical Imaging

Instructional Methods

Capstone Research

Office Hours

By appointment

Undergraduate Degree

Lenoir Rhyne University 2000

BS,  Biology

 

Graduate Education

University of Alabama at Birmingham 2006

PhD,  Molecular & Cellular Pathology

 

University of Nebraska Lincoln

MS (currently),  Quantitative, Qualitative, Psychometric Methods

 

 

Postdoctoral Education

Vanderbilt University,  Scientist-Educator Postdoctoral Fellowship  2006 - 2009

 

Lab Location

Lewis 3148

Research Interests

 

Current Projects

I am currently working on developing several new engaging e-modules for medical education.

Presentations and Scholarships

Selected Publications

Conran, R., Elzie, C., Knollman-Ritschel, B., Domen, R., Powell, S.  Due Process in Medical Education: Legal Considerations. Academic Pathology. in press.

Trace AP, Ortiz D, Deal AK, Retrouvey, MV, Elzie CA, Goodmurphy CW, Morey J.  Radiology’s Emerging Role in 3D Printing Application in Healthcare.  J of the American College of Radiology, July 2016, Volume 13, Issue 7, Pages 856–862.e4

Elzie CA and Janetopoulos C.  FRAP analysis of chemosensory components of Dictyostelium.  Methods Mol Biol. 2009, 571:349-69

Elzie CA, Colby J, Sammons MA and Janetopoulos C.  Dynamic localization of G proteins in Dictyostelium Discoideum.  J Cell Sci., 2009 Aug 1;122 (Pt 15):2597-603

Elzie CA and Pallero MA, Chen J, Mosher DF and Murphy-Ullrich JE.  Thrombospondin1 binding to Calreticulin-LRP1 signals resistance to anoikis.  FASEB J., 2008 Nov; 22(11):3968-7

 

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