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Junior Faculty Alumni

Since the inception of the National Center of Leadership in Academic Medicine (NCLAM) in 1999, 368 junior faculty have graduated from the program. During the program, each junior faculty member develops and completes a Professional Development Contract (PDC) with help from an assigned senior mentor. All Health Sciences faculty are eligible to serve as mentors, and mentor pairings are based on recommendations by the individual NCLAM participant and NCLAM Leadership Council. The list of projects by department below shows the wide diversity of interests among our graduates.

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Faculty Mentors Across Health Sciences

Department/Division Mentor Directors (DMDs) help their units shift away from a culture of ad hoc mentorship towards intentional, inclusive, and effective mentorship in all institutional contexts. DMDs guide faculty to use evidence-based best practices for mentoring junior faculty and trainees. DMDs assess the “health” of mentoring in their department/division and act as a liaison with the Office of Faculty Affairs (OFA).
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