Alumni

Recent Alumni

Congratulations to our Graduating Class of 2017!

Class of 2017 Graduates

Graduates pose together after their graduation celebration.

Britney Tsui, MD (left) will begin a Clinical Instructor faculty position in subacute and outpatient rehabilitation with UNC's Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation in Chapel Hill, NC.

Dorothea Ellis, MD, MS (middle) will begin a position as an inpatient physiatrist with the Carilion Clinic in Roanoke, VA.

Michael Dearinger, DO (right) will begin a position as an outpatient physiatrist with the VA in Wilmington, NC.

Alumni Listing

Class of 2017Class of 2010
Michael Dearinger, DO Christie Campbell, DO
Dorothea Ellis, MD, MS Wesley Ibazebo, MD
Britney Tsui, MD Theresa Kent, MD
Class of 2016 Class of 2009
John Michael Baratta, MD, MBA Julia Bryson, MD
Elizabeth Nora Jovanovich, MD Jason DeLuca, MD
Victoria Lent, MD Madhu Singh, MD
Class of 2015 Class of 2008
Jairon Downs, MD Anand Gandhi, MD
Lee James, DO Scott Horn, DO
Timothy Sanford, MD Class of 2007
Class of 2014 Paul Howell, MD
Nicole Forsythe, MD Joseph Martellotto, DO
Adrienne Hill, DO Sarah McCowen, MD
Marshall Ney, MD Andrew Yu, MD
Class of 2013 Class of 2006
Christine Cleveland, MD James Eby, MD
Amber Gaught, MD Gregory Samson, MD
Jeanie Yen, MD Class of 2005
Class of 2012 George Atkinson, MD
Christopher Bonzon, MD James Hill, MD
William Filer, MD Richard Kim, MD
Brooke Morgan, MD Class of 2004
Class of 2011 Alvin Antony, MD
Elizabeth Gersuk-Poplawski, DO Wei Huang, MD
Hannah Messer, MD Topalli Sastry, MD
Justin Scruggs, MD Class of 2003
Avsel Atli, MD
Robert Heros, MD
Travis Lee, MD
Hao Wang, MD

 

Alumni Lectures & Giving Opportunities

Patricia C. Gregory Memorial Lecture in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Held annually in June, this keynote lecture honors Patricia C. Gregory, MD, who proudly served as a Simmons Scholar and assistant professor at UNC PM&R from 2005 until her untimely passing in 2010. Dr. Gregory developed a love and passion for research in health disparities, particularly in the areas of stroke prevention and rehabilitation, and geriatric rehabilitation. She was awarded prestigious grants from the Duke Endowment and the Agency for Healthcare Research Quality (AHRQ) to support her STAR (Stroke Telemedicine Access Recovery) Project. She published many research articles in national and international journals. 

Read more about Dr. Gregory and her Memorial Fund.