Adult inpatient medicine
BS Cum Laude: Duke University, 2008; MD with Distinction: University of North Carolina School of Medicine, 2013; Resident: The Johns Hopkins Hospital, 2013-2016; Staff Hospitalist: Guam Memorial Hospital, 2016-2017; Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine: University of North Carolina, 2017-2019; Clinical Instructor of Medicine: University of Washington Medical Center, 2019-2020; Associate Chief Hospitalist, Sound Physicians, St. Michael Medical Center, 2020-2021; Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine: University of North Carolina, 2021-present.
Phillips LE and Stewart RW. 2014. Commentary on “Impact of an academic community partnership in medical education on community health: evaluation of a novel student-based home visitation program.” Southern Medical Journal 107:212-213.
Fukui M, Rodriguiz RM, Zhou J, Jiang SX, Phillips LE, Caron MG, Wetsel WC. 2007. Vmat2 heterozygous mutant mice display a depressive-like phenotype. Journal of Neuroscience 27:10520-10529
Taylor GA, Rodriguiz RM, Green RI, Daniell X, Henry SC, Crooks KR, Kotloski R, Tessarollo L, Phillips LE, Wetsel WC. 2008. Behavioral characterization of P311 knockout mice. Genes, Brain and Behavior 7:786-795.
Schmalzigaug R, Rodriguiz RM, Phillips LE, Davidson CE, Wetsel WC, Premont RT. 2009. Anxiety-like behaviors in mice lacking GIT2. Neuroscience Letters 451:156-161
Porton B, Rodriguiz RM, Phillips LE, Gilbert JW, Feng J, Greengard P, Kao HT, Wetsel WC. 2010. Mice lacking synapsin III show abnormalities in explicit memory and conditioned fear. Genes, Brain and Behavior 9:257-268
Wetsel WC, Phillips LE, Kao HT, Rodriguiz RM, Greengard P, Porton B. Cognitive dysfunction in synapsin III KO mice. Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, November 2008. Poster presentation.