Administrative Assistant: Teresa Mallow-Carmean
Specialty Areas: Adult Neurology, Vascular Neurology, Neurosonology, Medical Education
Chronology: MBBCh: University of the Witwatersrand, 1989; Intern: St Elizabeth’s Medical Center of Boston, 1995; Resident: Boston City Hospital/Combined TUFTS Program, 1996-1998; Stroke Fellowship: Lahey Clinic, 1999; Attending Neurologist: Lahey Clinic, 2000; Neurologist: Neurology Consultants of the Carolinas, PA, 2001; Assistant Professor: University of North Carolina, 2002-present.
Research and/or Clinical Interests: Current interests include Medical Education, delivery of neurology care in outpatient setting including stroke and migraine prevention.
Personal Statement: I practice compassionate, yet evidence based neurology with a focus on patient centered care, medical education and a focus on general neurology.
Fan Z, Greenwood R, Felix AC, Shiloh-Malawsky Y, Tennison M, Roche M, Crooks K, Weck K, Wilhelmsen K, Berg J, Evans J. GCH1 heterozygous mutation identified by whole-exome sequencing as a treatable condition in a patient presenting with progressive spastic paraplegia. J Neurol. 2014 Mar;261(3):622-4.
Links to news articles & podcasts: https://www.med.unc.edu/medicine/news/chairs-corner/podcast/multiple-sclerosis
Recognitions and Honors:
2018-2022, UNC SOM Medical Alumni Distinguished Teaching Professorship
2014, The Hyman L. Battle Distinguished Excellence in Teaching Award in the Clinical Sciences
2011, Clinical Preceptor Excellence in Teaching Award– UNC Hospitals