The Office of Faculty Development seeks to attract, foster and retain the next generation of clinical, translational and basic science leaders, while supporting the career advancement of current faculty members. In today’s academic medical centers, faculty are the greatest resource for excellence in clinical care, advancement of biomedical discoveries, and teaching the next generation.
This Office is dedicated to assisting all faculty in achieving academic success at every stage of their careers, with targeted activities focusing upon the specific needs of junior, mid-career and senior faculty.
We have all kinds of faculty who do all kinds of work within our academic medical community. We seek to have a better understanding of the faculty needs in 2017 at Weill Cornell Medicine.
Faculty and Professional Development can be defined as any and all effort to help individuals best perform their roles as faculty and as professionals.
A recent inventory of what is currently being offered centrally revealed over 50 different offerings aimed at early career faculty, mid-level career faculty, and senior faculty across the three missions of research, education/teaching, and clinical service. Ten unique themes also emerged and are defined below.
Over the last decade, Weill Medical College has experienced dramatic growth in the breadth and scope of its research enterprises. Weill Cornell's scientists and clinicians have been responsible for ground-breaking advancements in areas across the scientific and biomedical spectrum. An overview of research and sponsored programs can be found at http://weill.cornell.edu/research.
Weill Cornell is well known for its advancements in teaching and educational innovation. If you’d like to get involved in the medical school teaching, please go to the Office of Curriculum and peruse the offerings on the left hand margin. In addition to medical student activities, there are other activities in residencies, fellowships, and even faculty development for you to spread your teaching talents. The Educators Affinity Group is a group of highly motivated educational leaders who help shape the learning environment. Please feel free to reach out to any of the members listed here.
To find upcoming faculty development events, please go to the events calendar and filter for Faculty Development.
Lia Logio, MD and
Katherine Hajjar, MD
Associate Deans for Faculty Development
Weill Cornell Medical College