About Dr. Eastin
Carly was raised in Flora, Indiana, a small town in northern Indiana. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in computer science and biochemistry from DePauw University, after which she attended medical school at Indiana University.
While in college and medical school, she worked part-time as an EMT for a small county ambulance service where she found her love for emergency medicine. After medical school, she stayed at Indiana for her EM residency and was a chief resident, graduating in 2012.
Before coming to UAMS she spent a year as an assistant professor at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. While there, her residency activities included being faculty leader of their monthly journal club session and also a small group leader.
Carly’s interests include clinical research, evidence-based medicine (EBM) and incorporating EBM into clinical practice, pediatrics, and simulation. She also enjoys cooking, gardening, sewing, and trying out new restaurants.
Dr. Eastin's Academic Background
- Department of Emergency Medicine
- Assistant Professor
Education and Training
- Medical School
- Indiana University School of Medicine
- Indiana University Medical Center
- American Board of Emergency Medicine — Emergency Medicine
Dr. Eastin's Research
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UAMS Research Profile
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