Program Directors

Program Directors

Jessica Stumbo, MD

Program Director, Sports Medicine Fellowship
Associate Professor, Family & Geriatric Medicine
Board Certified in Internal Medicine (2007) & Pediatrics (2009)
Certificate of Added Qualification Primary Care Sports Medicine (2008)

Email: j.stumbo@louisville.edu

Office

Sports Medicine Office
Owsley Brown Frazier Sports Medicine Center
215 Central Avenue Ste. 200
Louisville, KY 40208
P 502.637.9313

I was born and raised in Hindman, a small town in Eastern Kentucky. From there, I moved to Danville, Kentucky where I got my B.S. in Biology from Centre College. After college, I attended the University of Kentucky College of Medicine where I was nominated to the Alpha Omega Honor Society. I remained at UK and completed an internal medicine/pediatrics residency. After residency, I traded the big blue for red & came to Louisville to complete a Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship. I fell in love with the city, as well as my husband, and decided to stay and join Dr. Becker as a sports medicine faculty member.

Some of my medical interests include the female athlete triad, concussions, chronic exertional compartment syndrome, sports nutrition and joint injections. My interests outside of medicine include shopping, photography and hanging out with my daughter, Carly.

Jennifer Daily, MD

Associate Program Director, Sports Medicine Fellowship
Assistant Professor, Family & Geriatric Medicine
Certificate of Added Qualification Sports Medicine

Email: jennifer.daily@louisville.edu

Office

Sports Medicine Office
Owsley Brown Frazier Sports Medicine Center
215 Central Avenue Ste. 200
Louisville, KY 40208
P 502.637.9313

I was born and raised in Reno, Nevada, and headed to the Midwest for college.  I attended the University of Kansas and received my BA in Human Biology from KU.  While at Kansas I was a member of the varsity Women’s Rowing team for 4 years, and was a co-captain my senior year. After graduating from KU, I moved back to Reno to attend the University Of Nevada School Of Medicine. Upon completion of my medical degree I relocated to Kansas City and started my residency in Family Medicine at the University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC).   I stayed at UMKC for an additional year and completed a fellowship in Primary Care Sports Medicine.  Upon completion of my fellowship in 2011, I joined a small private practice in Lee’s Summit, Missouri, where I practiced both family medicine and sports medicine.  I continued working with UMKC as a community preceptor, and had the opportunity to have fellows, residents and students work with me in clinic.  I stayed in private practice for three years before moving to Louisville this summer.

I enjoy practicing both family medicine and sports medicine.  I have a special interest in caring for athletes (competitive, recreational and “weekend warriors”), and my other interests include adolescent medicine and preventative medicine.  Outside of the office I enjoy spending time with my wonderful family, including my husband and two sons.

Jonathan Becker, M.D.

Dr. Becker Photo

Senior Fellowship Advisor, Sports Medicine Fellowship
Director, Residency Education Program
Associate Professor, Family & Geriatric Medicine

Email: jon.becker@louisville.edu

Office

201 Abraham Flexner Way #690
Louisville, KY 40202
P 502.852.5499

After completing my residency and fellowship, my wife and I relocated to Louisville so she could pursue a fellowship in gastroenterology. Prior to joining the faculty at UofL in 2005, I spent four years in private practice. First, in an outpatient primary care setting then joining an orthopedic group where I practiced sports medicine full time.

I joined U of L in order to become involved with the sports medicine fellowship as well as participate in teaching residents and medical students. A large part of my time has been and continues to be working as a team physician with University of Louisville athletics. Aside from my role with the fellowship, I also served as an associate director of resident education until February of 2014 when I was appointed program director for the Family Medicine residency program.

My teaching interests are mostly related to sports medicine and include musculoskeletal exams, concussions, medical problems of the athlete, and joint injections. Outside of medicine, I enjoy playing golf and ice hockey as well as attending sporting events of all sorts. My wife, Lesley Campbell, is a gastroenterologist practicing at Jewish Medical Center East and we have a daughter who is in grade school that is obsessed with the Disney princesses.

Educational Background

  • BS—Biology: University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
  • MD: Chicago Medical School
  • Residency—Family Medicine: Hennepin County Medical Center, Minneapolis, MN
  • Fellowship—Primary Care Sports Medicine: Hennepin County Medical Center