Ana C. G. Felix, MBBCh, FAAN, has been elected as the American Academy of Neurology’s 2022-2023 Vice Chair of the AB Baker Section on Neurological Education.
Ana C. G. Felix, MBBCh, FAAN, has been elected as the American Academy of Neurology’s 2022-2023 Vice Chair of the AB Baker Section on Neurological Education. Felix is a Ray ’62 and Christine Hayworth Medical Alumni Distinguished Teaching Professor (2018-2022) and associate professor in the UNC School of Medicine departments of Internal Medicine and Neurology, works as an embedded neurologist in general internal medicine, geriatrics and the UNC Brain and Body Program’s Center for Retired Athletes.
Felix currently co-leads the neurosciences block in the foundation phase and serves as an academic advisor, co-leader for Cross College. Most recently, Felix led the development and implementation of the individualization phase curriculum, including the development of an elective in Porto, Portugal, and the scholarly concentration programs at the UNC School of Medicine.
Felix looks forward to the opportunity to reduce “neurophobia” and reduce barriers to the expected shortfall of trained neurologists in the workforce. Felix was born in Portugal and attended medical school in South Africa, with residency and fellowship training in Boston.