Heart Rate Biofeedback: This study uses biofeedback training to allow Marines to gain control over some nervous system functions.
Integrated Care for Military Families : This program will develop effective methods to reduce stress and help couples adjust to the demands of military life.
Virtual Home Safety Inspection System : This simulation tool is used to help veterans avoid home falls and injuries.
Reweighting to Trauma- or Blast-induced Dizziness: Researchers are examining how veterans adjust to dizziness caused by exposure to blasts or traumatic injuries.
Reentry with Recovery : This tool identifies signs of substance abuse, mental illness and brain injury in patients who may not otherwise seek treatment.
Interactive Metronome for Traumatic Brain Injury: These custom training programs will be used to improve certain mental abilities.
Heal the Hearing : Researchers are creating an online system to monitor and assess soldiers’ hearing
Identifying Biosignatures for Mild Brain Injury : This project will lead to better ways to diagnose and treat blood markers in patients with mild brain injury.
Personal Health Improvement Device: This device will enable military personnel to assess their health and receive biofeedback training while in the field.
Life Skills for Single Service Members: This workshop was created to help military families manage the dual pressures of home and service.
Navigate Counseling Clinic: Provides access to compassionate, caring, and qualified professionals who assist clients navigate many of life's challenges.
Psychophysiology Laboratory and Biofeedback Clinic: Provides opportunities for developing skills in using physiological measuring and monitoring equipment.
Family Therapy Clinic: Provides a full range of therapeutic services to individuals, couples, and families while serving as a training site for master's students.
Laboratory for Simulated Blast Injury and High Explosive Research: Allows for the safe generation of blast waves in a laboratory environment to reproduce the physics and waveforms of real explosions.
Center for Telepsychiatry and e-Behavioral Health (C-TeB): Expands current services to include and service military locations throughout the state.
Real Warriors Campaign : Promotes the processes of building resilience, facilitating recovery, and supporting reintegration.
The National Military Family Association: Speaks on behalf of military families and empower husbands, wives and children to understand and access their benefits.
MyPay: Online tool that provides paycheck and tax information for military members, retirees, annuitants, and others.
VONAPP: Official VA website that allows users to apply for benefits using the Internet.
VetJobs: Makes it easy to reach transitioning military, National Guard, Reserve Component Members and veterans.
National Veterans Foundation: Serves the crisis management, information and referral needs of U.S. veterans and their families.
Veterans Health Administration: America’s largest integrated health care system serving 8.3 million Veterans each year.
My HealtheVet: The VA’s online personal health record provides you tools to make informed decisions and manage your health care.
National Resource Directory: Provides access to services and resources at all levels to support recovery, rehabilitation and community reintegration.
eBenefits: Provides a Veteran's and family members a central location to research, access, and manage their benefits and personal information.
Tools for Advanced Manufacturing for Veterans is a 15-day course which provides training in OSHA 30, Lean/Six Sigma Green Belt, and Innovation Design as well as resume assistance and human resource development for civilian employment.
East Carolina University and Partners Announce New Industry Training Course for Veterans
As part of Operation Reentry North Carolina, a robust collaboration between East Carolina University, Pitt Community College, and the City of Greenville, a new and valuable training course entitled Tools for Advanced Manufacturing for Veterans will be piloted July 29 through August 9.
On Veterans Day, Dr. Carmen Russioniello's work addressing PTSD in Wounded Warriors was featured on WNCT, CBS Channel 9 in Greenville, NC. The newscast can be found here.