Michael Cafarchio

Mike Cafarchio, MD
Jefferson Medical College
Chief Resident 2017-2018 

Hometown: West Chester, PA
College: Ursinus College
Career Plans: Med-Peds Hospitalist, Transitional Care
Honor Societies: GHHS
Projects & Committees: Research project on transitional care, Quality Improvement and Patient Safety Committee, Director of Recruitment and Medical Student Interest Groups for National Med-Peds Resident Association (NMPRA)

Mike hails from West Chester, PA and made a short trip north to attend Ursinus (Er-sign-us) College, a small liberal arts school with an oft mispronounced name. He was a double major in Biology and Neuroscience. For medical school, he attended Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia and ate his fair share of cheesesteaks. He married his wife Kim, a Baltimore County teacher, at the end of intern year and they adopted a Shih Tzu-Yorkie (“Shorkie”) named Biscuit soon after. Mike hopes to be Med-Peds Hospitalist and help start a Transitional Care primary care clinic at Maryland. Though Mike is a Philly fan at heart, he enjoys attending O’s games, jogging/ biking around the harbor, playing kickball and dodgeball and finding new places to wine and dine.


Rebecca Krey

Rebecca Krey, MD
Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine
Global Health Pathway Chief 

Hometown: Richmond, VA
College: College of William and Mary
Career Plans: Hematology/Oncology, Global Health
Projects & Committees: Research on Preventable Transfusion Reactions, Transfusion Practices Hospital Committee, Pediatric Resident Council, AAP representative

Becca grew up in several different places including California, Georgia and New Jersey but ended up in Richmond, VA for high school. For college, she became a Griffin at William and Mary where she majored in Neuroscience. She stayed near home for medical school at VCU before making her way up to Baltimore for residency with her fiance, Dan. Becca hopes to do a fellowship in hematology/oncology and has been active in several global health trips, including most recently traveling to Ethiopia for a vaccine efficacy trial. In her spare time, Becca enjoys baking, playing lacrosse, running and trying new restaurants.


Paige Luneburg

Paige Luneburg, MD
University of Maryland School of Medicine

Hometown: Houston, TX
College: Washington and Lee University
Career Plans: Undecided
Honor Societies: AOA, GHHS
Projects & Committees: University of Maryland Ethics Committee, Post Graduate Education Committee, Women in Medicine Mentor, Introduction to Clinical Medicine Instructor

Paige is originally from Houston, TX and went to college at Washington and Lee University where she graduated with a degree in English. Paige then went on to medical school at the University of Maryland. During her 4th year, she and her husband Matt had a son named Geordy. We were lucky to have Paige stay on board at Maryland for her Med-Peds residency. Like many Med-Peders, her career interests are varied and as of yet undecided. When not working, Paige loves spending time with her son, running, gardening and skiing.


Jock Moore

Joel (Jock) Moore, MD
University of North Carolina School of Medicine

Hometown: Washington, NC
College: University of North Carolina
Career Plans: Primary Care, Sports Medicine
Honor Societies: AOA, GHHS
Projects & Committees: Research project on Adolescent Concussions, Quality Improvement Project on EHR implementation at UMMC

Joel “Jock” Moore was born and raised in Washington, North Carolina. He couldn’t resist the call to join the Tar Heels as he attended the University of North Carolina for college and medical school. Jock was a 3-sport athlete in high school and walked on as a Fullback for the UNC football team. He couples-matched at Maryland for residency with his girlfriend Elena, a family medicine resident. Jock plans to go into primary care and possibly complete a Sports Medicine fellowship after residency. Outside of the hospital, Jock continues to be a multi-sport athlete including kickball, dodgeball, shooting clays/ hunting and of course playing with his dog Zora.