Kathleen Cooney, MD, MACP, chair of the department, Aimee Zaas, MD, MHS, program director of the Duke Internal Medicine Residency Program, David Simel, MD, vice chair for Veterans Affairs, and Lisa Criscione-Schreiber, MD, MEd, vice chair for education, have announced the Chief Residents for the 2024-2025 academic year.
Chief residents are selected in their final year of residency and typically complete one year of fellowship before returning to start their chief resident year.
Please join us in congratulating the following residents who were selected to be 2024-2025 Chief Residents:
Duke University Hospital: Emory Buck, MD
Dr. Buck is a graduate of the University of Virginia and the Georgetown University School of Medicine. She will be a fellow in Pulmonary/Critical Care Medicine at Duke prior to starting her chief resident year.
Durham VA Medical Center: Omar Martinez-Uribe, MD
Dr. Martinez-Uribe is a graduate of the University of Georgia and Duke University School of Medicine. He will be a fellow in Gastroenterology at Duke prior to starting his chief resident year.
Duke Regional Hospital/Ambulatory Medicine: Amanda Broderick, MD
Dr. Broderick is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University and Baylor College of Medicine. She will be a fellow in Hematology/Oncology at Duke prior to starting her chief resident year.
The Chief Residents are a key part of the medicine residency team, providing invaluable leadership, teaching and support for our trainees. Our incoming chiefs join a strong tradition of resident leadership, and we look forward to their contributions to the Department of Medicine.
Learn more about the chief residents and view a list of former chief residents.