Greg Turner, EdD, MBA, MPH

Associate Professor, College of Medicine & Associate Dean, Faculty Development

Greg Turner

Get to know Dr. Turner


In my current role, I have oversight of faculty development and enhancement at nine campuses across the state, as well as graduate and continuing medical education. My areas of interest and research include learner-centered teaching, teacher effectiveness, coaching and leadership, adult education, and professional development in higher education.


  • B.A., Anthropology, University of Illinois at Chicago
  • M.P.H & Certification, Gerontology, University of Illinois at Chicago
  • M.B.A., Loyola University of Chicago
  • Ed.D., University of Pittsburgh

Publications and Other Scholarly Activities

I have published articles and studies in a variety of multidisciplinary scholarly journals, including:

  • BIFOCAL (ABA Commission on Law and Aging)
  • Journal of Literacy Research
  • Journal of the American Geriatrics Society
  • Pain Medicine

Other Publications

I have published poems in the FSU College of Medicine’s HEAL (Humanism Through the Arts and Literature) journal:

  • A Brighter Unknown. (Winter, 2016)
  • Witness the Day and Yourselves (Fall, 2015)
  • Ode to Medical Students at the Dawn of Day. (Winter, 2015)


  • Clinical Teacher
  • Generalists in Medical Education
  • Group on Regional Medical Campuses (GRMC)
  • Medical Education Online
  • Teaching and Learning in Medicine


  • Graduated Cum Laude, University of Illinois at Chicago
  • Sigma Phi Omega, National Gerontology Academic Honor and Professional Society
  • 2012 Shining Star of Educational Innovation Award from the Association of American Medical College’s Group on Regional Medical Campuses.
  • Harvard-Macy Course on Innovation in Healthcare and Education – Faculty
  • The Generalists in Medical Education – Elected to Steering Committee