Matt Holley

PhD – Indiana University

MSEd, MA – Indiana University

BA – Millikin University

Matt is an Assistant Professor of Family Medicine at the Indiana University School of Medicine.  In addition he serves as the Associate Director of Medical Student Education and the Statewide Course Director for Foundations of Clinical Practice (FCP) Year One.   His academic research is in the areas of medical student education, faculty development, service learning and community engagement, and healthcare disparities.  Originally from Illinois, Matt has an extensive background in leadership development through his previous work with nonprofit organizations such as United Way of Central Indiana, the North-American Interfraternity Conference, and Alpha Chi Omega Fraternity & Foundation.  His work and commitment to community service has earned him the Indiana University Trustees Teaching Award, the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Outstanding Research Award, the Indianapolis Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 award, and the Indiana Governor’s Award for Tomorrow’s Leaders.  Matt started at FTE as a program coordinator in 1998 and currently resides in downtown Indianapolis.

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