12492-Holley, Matthew
Faculty

Matthew Holley, PhD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Family Medicine

Address
LO 200
FAMM
IN
Indianapolis, IN

Bio

Matthew Holley, PhD, is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Family Medicine at the Indiana University School of Medicine.  He also serves as the Associate Director of Medical Student Education for the Department of Family Medicine and as the Statewide Course Director for the Foundations of Clinical Practice Year One course.  Additionally, Dr. Holley serves as the Associate Director for the Academy of Teaching Scholars within Faculty Affairs, Professional Development & Diversity (FAPDD). His academic research is in the areas of medical student education, faculty development, and healthcare disparities with a particular emphasis on LGBTQ+ healthcare.  Originally from Illinois, Matthew graduated from Millikin University with a Bachelor’s degree in Speech and Debate and earned Master’s degrees in Higher Education and Philanthropic Studies along with his PhD from Indiana University.

 

Key Publications

Keating, M., Pasarica, M., Stephens, M., Drowos, J., Clithero-Eridon, A., Hartmark-Hill, J., de la Cruz, M. S., Holley, M., Hayes, V., Schiel, K., & Biagioli, F. (2022).  Tips and Advice for Promotion and Tenure in Academic Family Medicine.  Family Medicine, 54(5), 369-375.

Stumbar, S., Garba, N. A., de la Cruz, M., Bhoite, P., Holley, M., Adams, C., Virani, A., & Kale, N. (2021).  Sexual Health Teaching in the Family Medicine Clerkship: Results of a CERA Survey.  PRiMER, 5(29).  DOI: 10.22454/PRiMER.2021.503960

Holley, M. (2019).  Integrate formative feedback into summative evaluation.  Teaching Physician, Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, Initial publication 2 April 2019, Peer-reviewed publication 30 August 2019, www.teachingphysician.org/.

Holley, M. (2019).  Collaborate with learners in the feedback process.  Teaching Physician, Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, Initial publication 2 April 2019, Peer-reviewed publication 30 August 2019, www.teachingphysician.org/.

Chism, N. V., Holley, M., & Harris, C. (2012).  Research on the impact of educational development practices.  In J.E. Grocia & L. Cruz (Eds.), To improve the academy: Resources for faculty, instructional, and organizational development, Vol. 31 (pp.129-148). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Titles & Appointments

  • Assistant Professor of Clinical Family Medicine
  • Statewide Course Director, Foundations of Clinical Practice - Year One
  • Associate Director, Academy of Teaching Scholars
  • Faculty Affairs | Professional Development | Diversity - IUSM
  • Education
    2016 PhD Indiana University
    2005 MA Indiana University
    2000 MS Indiana University
    1998 BA Millikin University
  • Research

    Medical Student Education:  Clinical Skill Development & Communication Skills

    Healthcare Disparities with emphasis on LGBTQ+ Healthcare

    Integration of Structural & Social Determinants of Health

    Faculty Development - Teaching Development for Clinical Educators

  • Professional Organizations
    AAMC - Group on Faculty Affairs (GFA)
    Directors of Clinical Skills Courses (DOCS)
    Professional and Organizational Development (POD) Network in Higher Education
    Society of Teachers of Family Medicine
  • Awards
    Org: Indiana University School of Medicine
    Desc: Inspirational Educator Award
    Scope: School
    Date: 2021-09-01
    Org: Indiana Academy of Family Physicians
    Desc: Certificate of Commendation
    Scope: State
    Date: 2020-07-01
    Org: Indiana University
    Desc: Trustees Teaching Award
    Scope: University
    Date:
    Org: Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (STFM)
    Desc: Outstanding Research Poster
    Scope: National
    Date:
    Org: Indianapolis Business Journal (IBJ)
    Desc: Forty Under 40 Honoree
    Scope: Local
    Date:
    Org: Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity
    Desc: Order of the Lion - Outstanding Alumni Service
    Scope: National
    Date:
    Org: Indiana Humanities Council
    Desc: Indiana Governor's Award for Tomorrow's Leaders (Under 30)
    Scope: State
    Date:
    Org: IUPUI
    Desc: Chancellor's Diversity Scholar Award
    Scope: Campus
    Date:

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