Faculty Development Fellowship
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!
The Faculty Development Fellowship is turning 40! To celebrate, the Department of Family Medicine will host a conference entitled, Teaching, Leading, and Transforming Care on March 8-9, 2019. There will also be a special alumni dinner on March 8. Our Featured Speaker is Elizabeth Baxley, MD, who completed the Faculty Development Fellowship in 1988, and is now the Senior Vice President of the American Board of Family Medicine. Her keynote entitled, “The Healthcare Delivery System as Medical Education’s Foundation: Take Two on “The Clinic is the Curriculum”, will be something you won’t want to miss! Select here to read the full program.