Impact Story: Jennifer Parker Cote, MD
Jennifer Parker Cote, MD
2013 MTF Emergency Medicine Foundation Research Grant Recipient
Project Title: “Protocol: Efficacy of Trypsin in Treating Coral Snake Envenomation in the Porcine Mode”
Award Amount: $5,000
Funding Period: 2013-2014
About Dr. Parker Cote
Dr. Parker Cote is currently an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University.
Dr. Parker Cote was a resident at East Carolina University when she was granted her award. She was able to further her research, eventually leading to a publication in the Journal of Medical Toxicology. “The publication would not have been possible without the grant funding, and the project was instrumental in helping solidify my goal of completing a medical toxicology fellowship,” she says.
“The grant opportunities provided by the Medical Toxicology Foundation help enable residents participate in ways that would not be possible without the program, and I am grateful for the support I received.”
- Jennifer Parker Cote, MD