Faculty Affairs Team

The Office of Faculty Affairs supports the recruitment, retention, and professional development of Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine faculty.

Our vision is to sustain a vibrant and diverse community of scholars, in which all faculty members feel supported in pursuing their goals and maximizing their competencies. We encourage ongoing career development and advancement through continuous enhancement of knowledge and skills. We expect our faculty to engage actively in the teaching mission and in their own career development.

We hope you will explore and use the resources available on this website. If we may assist you in any way, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

—Bruce Johnson, MD


MEET THE TEAM

Bruce E. Johnson, MD
Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs
Professor of Internal Medicine
VTCSOM_Faculty_Affairs@carilionclinic.org
540-526-2511


David W. Musick, PhD
Assistant Dean for Faculty Development
Director, Office of Continuing Professional Development
Professor of Internal Medicine
dwmusick@carilionclinic.org
540-854-0419


Shari Whicker, EdD
Assistant Professor, Departments of Pediatrics and Interprofessionalism
Associate Director, Office of Continuing Professional Development
Director, Teaching Excellence Academy for Collaborative Healthcare (TEACH)
sawhicker@carilionclinic.org
540-853-0315


Mariah Rudd
Education and Faculty Development Manager
mjrudd@carilionclinic.org
540-581-0367


Phyllis Irvine
Special Assistant to the Dean for Faculty Affairs
pkirvine@carilionclinic.org
540-526-2511


Nick Torre
Faculty Affairs Coordinator
Digital Measures Administrator
nmtorre@carilionclinic.org
540-526-2564

CONTACT US

Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine
2 Riverside Circle, Suite M140
Roanoke, VA 24016
Phone: 540-526-2511
Fax: 540-581-0741
VTCSOM_Faculty_Affairs@carilionclinic.org


FEEDBACK

Feedback on the Work Environment
(Faculty and Staff)

The School of Medicine is continually striving to improve its work environment, and we welcome any suggestions or concerns.

Feedback on the Learning Environment
(Students, Residents, Faculty, and Staff)

The Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine is continually striving to improve its learning environment and student experience. Students, residents, faculty, and staff are all encouraged to provide any suggestions or concerns through The BEACON, an anonymous online feedback service.