Dr. Felner joined the faculty of EUSM in 1974 as Assistant Professor of Medicine, rose to Professor in 1982 and became Associate Dean for Clinical Education 1985. He graduated from Columbia College and the Cincinnati University School of Medicine, worked at the CDC for 2 years, completed a medical residency at Grady Hospital and a cardiology fellowship at EUSM.
He wears three hats:
For the 4 week cardiology section he gives virtually all 16 lectures and attends each of the small group sessions. His son will now take over the fall semester directorship of this course. He has won numerous teaching awards included among them are those from the medical school (Papageorge), the university (Emory Williams), nationally (Robert Glaser: AOA-AAMC) and internationally (Japanese Medical Society). He continues to devote time to research in echocardiography (blunt and penetrating cardiac trauma) and medical education and has been a consistent invitee, as a presentor and workshop director, to the international AMEE conference.