Erin Finn, MD
Erin grew up in Upper Saddle River, NJ with her parents, two older brothers, twin sister (Katie), pet guinea pigs, rats, dogs, birds, and fish. She spent most of her youth playing sports and watching Yankees games with her dad and Katie. She went to college at Colgate University in upstate NY and later found herself back in NY for medical school at the University of Rochester after spending a few years doing genetics research in DC and Philadelphia. She now lives with her 2 cats, 2 dogs, 25 fish, a lizard, and her husband, George, who is an Army family medicine doctor and flight surgeon at Fort Bragg. She spends her free time running, biking, looking for places to play volleyball and/or soccer, watching Psych, and going on ghost tours in different cities (fun fact, Durham, Raleigh, and Hillsborough all have ghost tours, Chapel Hill is lagging behind). She is interested in medical education, specifically physical exam skills, point of care ultrasound (POCUS), and resident and medical student education. She created weekly Physical Exam Rounds to bring teaching back to the bedside and is now focusing on expanding POCUS teaching across all 3 residency programs. When she grows up, she will likely be a Med-Peds hospitalist as she has continued to love everything broad, both in adults and kids. She is excited to continue to be a part of the UNC Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, and Med Peds residency programs as the Med Peds chief this year.
Katie Gill, MD
Katie grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio and completed her undergraduate training in Biology and Psychology at Ohio State University. She attended medical school at Wright State University where she grew to love medical education and was inducted into Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society. In her free time, she can be found hiking, lifting, playing any kind of game, or exploring breweries and restaurants with friends. Katie is excited to begin her career in Academic Primary Care!
Sydney Greenberg, MD
Sydney grew up in Longmeadow, a small western Massachusetts town, before attending Johns Hopkins University, where she obtained her bachelor’s degree in Public Health. After college, she spent two years teaching high school math in rural Louisiana before returning to her home state to attend medical school at the University Of Massachusetts School Of Medicine. While there, she developed a culinary medicine course for students, continued to grow her interest in medical education curriculum development, and was inducted into the Gold Humanism Honor Society. She is interested in pursuing a career in gastroenterology.
Josh Hudson, MD
Josh is from Killingworth, CT, a small town just off the coast of Connecticut. He attended UConn (Go Huskies!) for undergrad and studied Molecular and Cell Biology. After graduation, he headed south for medical school at EVMS in Norfolk, VA. During medical school, Josh spent significant time as a peer tutor and working in student government. He was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha society. Josh enjoys cooking, card games, numerous Netflix shows, hiking, and spending time with his girlfriend.
Carlos Rubiano, MD
Carlos was born in Bogota, Colombia but moved to South Florida with his family at a very young age. He has spent most of his life living in Florida attending both college at Florida Gulf Coast University and medical school at Florida State University. While in medical school Carlos was inducted into the Gold Humanism Honor Society and the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society. He enjoys spending time with his wife Joelle, who is a Pediatric resident at UNC and together they enjoy cooking, hiking and exploring their new home state! He is interested in pursuing a career in infectious disease.