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Alumni, faculty, and fellows get together at STFM 2023 Annual Spring Conference

The UNC Faculty Development Fellowship is an intensive experience that includes 6 weeks in residence in Chapel Hill, NC spread over the course of the year. It is designed for early career faculty members within the first 3-5 years of a faculty role. Over the last 40 years, the fellowship has graduated over 500 physicians who have gone on as leaders within the discipline of family medicine.

  Watch this video to hear what the Fellowship can do for the trajectory of your career in academic medicine!

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  • Fraher Delivers Inaugural Peter Curtis, MD, Lecture

    Erin Fraher, PhD, MPP, gave the inaugural Peter Curtis, MD, Lecture to the UNC Faculty Development Fellowship on Friday, June 7th. Entitled “Harnessing the Friction to Influence Policy: The Power of Research Questions that Emerge from the Clinic,” Dr. Fraher’s presentation challenged fellows to follow their passion, ignite their curiosity, and gather data from the … Read more

  • Lyon Presents 2024 Arndt Lecture

    The 2024 Jane Arndt Lecture was delivered by former faculty development fellowship member Corey Lyon, DO, Program Director for the University of Colorado Family Medicine Residency in Denver, Colorado. Lyon’s lecture, entitled “With Great Fellowship Training Comes Great Responsibility,” featured his unique perspective, sharp insight, and humor that make him such a compelling speaker. We … Read more


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