Elizabeth Howell has worked as a research student with the Goodwin lab since 2017. Originally from Atlanta, GA, Elizabeth earned her undergraduate degree in Neuroscience from Duke in 2014. She then worked full-time for two years in the Preston Robert Tisch Brain Tumor Center before matriculating to the Duke University School of Medicine. She completed her third year research project within the Goodwin lab, culminating in a thesis entitled “Impact of Early Palliative Care for Patients with Brain and Spine Metastases.” Elizabeth’s areas of both clinical and research interest are patient-reported outcomes and metrics, Palliative Care utilization, and the care of patients with brain and spine metastases.
|2019||Alpha Omega Alpha Honors Society|
|2019||William G. Anlyan Senior Merit Scholarship|
|2017||Claude T. Moorman II Scholarship, Bassett Society|
|2010-2014||Varsity Athletic Letter Recipient, Duke University Women’s Rowing|
|2010-2014||All-ACC Academic Honor Roll|
|2012-2013||ACC All-Academic Rowing Team Selection|
|2012||CRCA Scholar-Athlete Award|