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Gregg Mitchell, MD
Co-Chair UTHSC Family Medicine
Program Director/ ER Fellowship
Director/Associate Professor

Dr. Mitchell's Bio
Hometown: Memphis, TN
Medical School: University of Tennessee
Stats: Married to Amy; two sons and one daughter
Hobbies: Golf, Hunting, Tennis, Ole Miss football
Research/Areas of Interest: Family Medicine Outpatient procedures including no-scapel vasectomy, colposcopy with LEEP, and dermatological surgeries
Tidbits: 2004 Outstanding Clinical Lecturer at UT-Memphis, 2002 Golden Apple Teaching Award at UT-Memphis
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David L. Maness, DO, MSS, FAAFP
Professor

Dr. Maness's Bio
Hometown: Martin, TN
Medical School: College of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery, Des Moines University, Iowa
Stats: Married to Rose since 1976; Grandfather
Hobbies: Antique Shopping with Rose, golf (played Augusta National, St. Andrews and Ballybunion)
Research/Areas of Interest: Leadership, gynecologic endocrine, Models of Care
Tidbits: Retired United States Army Colonel; Commanded 115th Field Hospital at Fort Polk, Louisiana, Womack Army Medical Center at Fort Bragg and Task Force Med Eagle in Tuzla, Bosnia; Dean, US Army Medical Department Center and School at Fort Sam Houston, Texas. Chairman of Family Medicine at UTHSC for eight years. Best Doctors in America and Top Doctors lists. 2017 Golden Apple Teaching Award for Family Medicine Attending of the Year by UTHSC College of Medicine student body.
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Scott Sadler, MD
Assistant Professor

Dr. Sadler's Bio
Hometown: La Vergne, TN
Undergraduate: University of Tennessee-Memphis
Medical School: University of Tennessee-Memphis
Residency Program: UTFP-Memphis
Stats: Married, Kids
Hobbies: Movies, Sports, Music
What I did before medical school: College, Cleaned Pools
Why did I choose UT-Jackson? Left private practice to become a full-time faculty. I wanted to continue my obstetric skills
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Michael Martin, DO
Assistant Professor

Dr. Martin's Bio
Hometown: Hometown: Humboldt, TN
Medical School: Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
Residency: University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine, Knoxville (Family Practice)
Hobbies: Woodworking, Yard Work
Research/Interests: Dermatological procedures, No Scalpel Vasectomy, Resident Education
Stats: Married to Christie, sons Jared and Matthew
What I did before medical school: Practiced Optometry
Why did I choose UT-Jackson? Well rounded program with great faculty
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John White, MD
Assistant Professor

Dr. White's Bio
Hometown: Maryville, TN
Undergraduate: Tennessee Technological University
Medical School: University of Tennessee, Memphis
Hobbies: Travel, Reading, Cooking, computers
Residency Program: University of Tennessee, Jackson, Family Medicine
Stats: Married, 1 son
Research/Interests: adolescent medicine, pediatrics, health information technology
What I did before medical school: Research in the field of radioactive waste reclamation
Why did I choose UT-Jackson? I love teaching future Family Medicine doctors!
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Grant Studebaker, MD
Assistant Professor

Dr. Studebaker's Bio
Hometown: Silver City, OK
Undergraduate: Oklahoma State University
Medical School: Ross University School of Medicine
Residency: University of Tennessee - Jackson
Hobbies: Travel, Movies, Cars
What I did before medical school: EMT
? I did my training here and realized it is like no other residency in the country. Jackson is very unique in the breadth of training it provides to it's residents and I wanted to be a part of that atmosphere. I love to teach and wanted to help continue the legacy of where I was trained.
Interest: Critical care, teaching office and hospital procedures to residents.
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Ruth Baker, MD
Assistant Professor

Dr. Baker's Bio
Hometown: Tallahassee, FL
Undergraduate: Florida State University
Medical School: University of Florida
Residency Program: Baylor College of Medicine
Stats: Married with 2 elementary school kids
Hobbies: Reading, Bible Study, Organizing Projects
What I did before medical school: Worked at Burger King
Why did I choose UT-Jackson? Love to teach; like to help people in all ways
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Steven T. Brown, MD
Assistant Professor

Dr. Brown's Bio
Hometown: Dyersburg, TN
Undergraduate: University of Tennessee Knoxville
Medical School: University of Alabama Birmingham School of Medicine
Residency: University of Louisville Family Medicine
Fellowship: University of Louisville Primary Care Sports Medicine
Stats: Married to Mallory, one daughter
Hobbies: Watching and playing sports, University of Tennessee Athletics, going to Pickwick Lake, and attending concerts
What I did before medical school: Factory work, MCAT instructor
Areas of Interest: Sports Medicine, resident education
Why did I choose UT-Jackson? I wanted to join a program with a proven track record of producing excellent well-rounded clinicians. I saw an opportunity to enhance the training of the residents by expanding Sports Medicine education and clinical experiences.
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Elly Riley, DO
Assistant Professor

Dr. Riley's Bio

Hometown: Uniontown, OH/Mt. Juliet, TN
Undergraduate: University of Tennessee at Martin
Medical School: Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences
Hobbies: Gardening, Reading, White Water Rafting, Yoga and attending concerts
Residency Program: Doctors Hospital, Columbus, Ohio (Family Practice)
Stats: Married, 2 daughters
Research/Interests: childhood obesity, adolescent medicine, pediatrics
What I did before medical school: Instructed labs at UT Martin
Why did I choose UT-Jackson? My dream job!

 

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Chris Knight, MD
Assistant Professor

Dr. Knight's Bio

Hometown: Memphis, TN
Undergraduate: University of Memphis
Medical School: University of Tennessee Health Science Center
Residency: University of Tennessee Family Medicine Jackson
Fellowship: University of Tennessee Emergency Medicine Fellowship
Stats: Married with a beautiful little girl
Hobbies: Cooking, Baking, Video Games, Movies
Areas of Interest: Education
Why did I choose UT-Jackson? I was already very familiar with the program and they allowed me to continue to practice in multiple areas. I can work with the ER Fellows, Hospitalist Fellows and continue to help train residents.

 

Last Published: Jul 19, 2019