After attending Duke University for her undergraduate degree, Meg worked at the National Institutes of Health as a clinical research coordinator in pediatric obesity. She then returned to North Carolina and worked at the UNC Internal Medicine clinic as a Diabetes Care Assistant before going on to receive a Master’s degree at Wake Forest University to become a Physician Assistant. She has worked in adult primary care since 2011 and one year ago joined the faculty at UNC in the new Physician Assistant Program. She continues to practice outpatient Internal Medicine at UNC.
Bachelor of Science, Duke University, 2006
Masters of Medical Science, Physician Assistant Studies, Wake Forest University, 2011
Physician Assistant Education, Primary Care, Women’s Health
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