PENDER COUNTY, NC - (WECT) - Pender County Commissioner Jimmy Tate was recently appointed to the Duke University Medical Center Advisory Board of the Graduate Medical Education Population Health Curriculum Development Project.
According to a recent press release, he will help develop materials to educate learners about "community engaged research" and the integration of "population health" into the medical profession.
"I am humbled to be considered to serve on the prestigious University's Medical Center Advisory Board. I plan to meet with citizens throughout the Southeastern region to assist the University's medical center research efforts," said Tate.
Tate currently serves as the Associate Vice-President, Strategic Initiatives and Organizational Effectiveness at James Sprunt Community College. He has also taught at Campbell University.
Tate holds both a bachelor and master degrees from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington.
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