WakeBrook – Raleigh
Education and Training:
BS, Molecular and Cell Biology, University of Texas at Dallas
PhD, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Pennsylvania State University
MD, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Residency, Psychiatry, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Robyn Jordan is a clinical assistant professor at UNC School of Medicine, department of psychiatry. Dr. Jordan trained at The University of Texas at Dallas, earning a BS in Molecular Biology, followed by The Pennsylvania State University , earning a PhD in biochemistry focusing on cancer research. Dr. Jordan came to North Carolina for a postdoctoral fellowship at UNC and ultimately chose to go to medical school. She did a residency in psychiatry at UNC and focused on addiction medicine. Dr. Jordan is also the medical director of the UNC ECHO for MAT, a statewide program to teach clinicians about addiction treatment, as well as the medical director for the Horizons Wake program (a substance abuse program for pregnant women and women with young children). Dr. Jordan established the UNC Addiction Medicine Fellowship that begins July, 2018 and serves as the Program Director. Dr. Jordan is also leading an effort to bring addiction screening and treatment to the UNC Emergency Department. Dr. Jordan has considerable experience in the induction and management of patients on buprenorphine therapy, as well as other modalities for treatment of addiction.