Academic Core Curriculum for Junior Faculty

September 29 - October 3, 2014
9:00 am - 5:00 pm

A week-long course designed to help Senior Instructors and Assistant Professors identify the skills they need for more successful career advancement.

Course Directors: Ronnie Guillet, MD, PhD; Robert Holloway, MD; Janine Shapiro, MD

Course Content includes:

  • Framing your career
    • Academic career planning
    • Identifying a mentor, being a mentee, separating
    • Academic Portfolio
    • Promotion and tenure
    • Examples of successful careers in each of the academic options
  • Formulating research questions, research design
    • Working with a statistician more efficiently
    • Database development and management
  • Funding your work
    • Understanding the grant review process
    • The range of available funding sources
  • Abstracts, manuscripts and poster presentations
    • Manuscript peer review
    • Abstract submission
    • Poster presentation

The format will be an all-day, week-long course rather than weekly or monthly 1-2 hour sessions as has more traditionally been done.  This will allow for more continuity and focus and will foster networking among faculty members. We are asking each participant to commit to attending all sessions.  Certificates of attendance will be provided to the participants, upon completion of evaluation forms both at the end of the week and 6 months later so we can assess the impact and continue to improve the curriculum for subsequent years.

Deadline for registration is August 29, 2014
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There is no charge for URSMD faculty members
Space is limited and will be on a first come-first serve basis

Co-sponsored by the Clinical and Translational Science Institute and The Office for Faculty Development
For questions regarding the course, please contact Ronnie Guillet, MD.

 

NIH Funding Acknowledgement ** Important ** All publications resulting from the utilization of CTSI resources are required to credit the CTSI grant by including the NIH FUNDING ACKNOWLEDGEMENT and must comply with the NIH Public Access Policy.