The UNC School of Medicine announced that Lindsay Wilson, MD, MPH, was named new co-director of Individualization Phase.
Congratulations to Dr. Lindsay Wilson, the John W. Foust Medical Alumni Distinguished Teaching Professor in the UNC Department of Medicine, on her selection as co-director of Individualization Phase. A graduate of both UNC School of Medicine and Gillings School of Global Public Health, Dr. Wilson completed Internal Medicine residency and Geriatrics fellowship at UNC. Since joining the faculty at UNC, Dr. Wilson has consistently been recognized for excellence in teaching and scholarship. She has experience teaching in every phase of the curriculum and leads the Transitions Course and Acting Internship Selectives. She currently serves as President of UNC’s highly successful Academy of Educators. Welcome Dr. Wilson!
As we welcome Dr. Wilson in her new role, we celebrate the contributions of Dr. Ana Felix in her years of service as Co-director of Individualization Phase. Dr. Felix is a highly accomplished educator and physician, lauded for her personable approach to all of her professional endeavors. As a beloved Advisor in the Larry Keith Advisory Colleges, Dr. Felix closely guides students in every phase of the curriculum. Her teaching across the curriculum has earned her numerous teaching awards and professorships. Dr. Felix has led Individualization Phase since its inception, navigating the development and implementation of the entire phase, responding to feedback and fostering a collegial atmosphere of innovation among Individualization Phase course directors. She is excited to transition Individualization Phase leadership to an energized team of new directors. Happily, Dr. Felix will continue her engagement in teaching, advising, and leadership in the School of Medicine. Thank you Dr. Felix!