East Carolina University (ECU) has named a new dean for the Brody School of Medicine and senior associate vice chancellor for medical affairs for the Division of Health Sciences. Dr. Stacy will also hold a tenured professorship in Brody’s Department of Internal Medicine when he joins ECU on September 1.
Dr. Stacy has served as vice dean for clinical research at Duke University School of Medicine. In this role, he created and now directs the Duke Office of Clinical Research, which provides oversight for more than 6,800 clinical research projects. He also leads the Duke Human Research Protection Program, Duke’s Institutional Review Board, the institution’s Conflict of Interest
Committee and Regulatory Affairs Office.
Dr. Stacy is also a professor of neurology and chief of the Movement Disorders Division at Duke. He is a member of the Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Society, as well as a member of the society’s international executive committee and co-editor of its newsletter. He has served as a member of the executive committee of the Parkinson Study Group – the largest not-for-profit scientific network of Parkinson’s centers in North America – and is a fellow of the American Academy of Neurology and American Neurological Association.
Before his service at Duke, Dr. Stacy was director of the Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center in Phoenix. He earned his medical degree at the University of Missouri, then completed an internship in internal medicine at St. Mary’s Hospital in St. Louis, a residency in neurology at Hahnemann (now Drexel) University in Philadelphia and a fellowship in Parkinson’s disease and movement disorders at Baylor College of Medicine in Texas.
His clinical and research interests include motor and non-motor symptoms in Parkinson’s disease. He has published more than 250 manuscripts and one book, “The Handbook of Dystonia.”
Please join me in congratulating Dr. Stacy.
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