UNC Faculty Development Fellowship is proud to shine a spotlight on our alumni, their accomplishments and leadership roles!

  • Dr. Orson Austin

    Orson Austin, MD

    Orson Austin, Fellowship Class of 1995, is Associate Professor at University of Cincinnati. Austin is dedicated to community and global health. He’s been on multiple healthcare mission trips to Haiti and was able to see more than 200 patients on his last visit. As an Associate Professor at the UC College of Medicine, Austin teaches … Continued

  • Carrie Vey, MD, CAQ – Class of 2010

    Dr. Vey is a 2001 graduate of Wake Forest University where she earned a BS in Chemistry. She graduated from the University of South Florida College of Medicine in 2006, where she became a member of Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society and the Arnold P. Gold Humanism Honor Society. During her residency, she served … Continued

  • Mark Lisby, MD – Class of 2004

    Mark D. Lisby, MD, is an associate director of the Community Health Network Family Medicine Residency Program in Indianapolis, Indiana. He also serves as director of medical education at Community Hospital East and is chair of the Graduate Medical Education Committee.

  • David Gregory, MD – Class of 2000

    Dr. David S. Gregory is the Family Medicine Residency Program Director for the Centra health Program in Lynchburg, Virginia. He was awarded the Bronze Level program Director Recognition Award at the AFMRD Annual Meeting in Kansas City on March 25, 2017. This award is bestowed upon residency programs for accomplishments in the areas of tenure, … Continued

  • Cristen Page, MD, MPH

    Class of 2008: Dr. Page is the Executive Dean of the UNC School of Medicine and William B. Aycock Distinguished Professor Dr. Page has been named Executive Dean of the UNC School of Medicine. During her time as Department Chair of Family Medicine, she was instrumental in the development and innovative training programs in collaboration … Continued

  • Valerie Gilchrist, MD

    Dr. Gilchrist received her medical degree with honors from the University of Toronto in Canada. She has received numerous awards including “The Leadership Award” from the NC Academy of Family Physicians in 2005. “Excellence in Education” from Ohio Magazine in 2004, “STFM Research Paper Award” in 1999; “Master Teacher Award” in 2002 and the “Liebelt/Wheeler … Continued

  • Elizabeth “Libby” Baxley, MD

    Dr. Baxley has ascended to the national stage as Senior Vice President of the American Board of Family Medicine.  She previously served as Professor of Family Medicine and  Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University for six years. With a portfolio that includes Admissions, Student Affairs, … Continued