Gary J. Faerber, MD, FACS, received his medical degree from Temple University and completed his urology residency at the University of Michigan. He remained on staff at the University of Michigan and rose to the academic rank of professor where he served as the endowed Edward J. McGuire Research Professor. In 2016 he joined the Division of Urology at the University of Utah and in 2108 joined the Division of Urology at Duke. He is currently the interim Chair of the Department of Urology at Duke.
Dr. Faerber's clinical and research interest is in urinary calculus disease, and has authored over 130 peer-reviewed manuscripts and 18 chapters, and has been an invited speaker nationally and internationally. He also has a devoted interest in medical education. He served as the Residency Program Director and Associate Chair of Education for the Department of Urology at Michigan. Dr. Faerber's commitment and contributions to resident education have been recognized nationally; serving on the Resident Education Committee of the American College of Surgeons and was awarded the Robert C. Flanigan Education Award by the American Urological Association.
Dr. Faerber has been active in organized medicine locally, regionally and nationally. He served as Treasurer and President of the Society of Urologic Chairman and Program Directors, Secretary and President of the Michigan Urologic Society, and Secretary and President of the North Central Section of the American Urologic Association.