A talent development system for under-represented minority (URM) faculty success in academic medicine
The HCOE Faculty Development Program is designed to improve the recruitment, retention and success of URM faculty in academic medicine at UC San Diego. The program enhances the academic skills of faculty and will provide funding for career development, research, innovative clinical care and curriculum development and will create a community of diverse faculty at UC San Diego Health Sciences.
HCOE Faculty Orientation Packet - 01172018w.pdf
HCOE Faculty Scholars will be encouraged to participate in local and national faculty development programs as well as engage in workshops to improve skill development and the understanding of UC San Diego Health Sciences culture and environment. HCOE Faculty Scholars will participate in the HS Faculty Mentor Training Program (FMTP) to enhance their skills as mentors as well as mentees. They will use these skills to work effectively with a senior faculty mentor and mentees including URM students, fellows/residents and postdocs. In addition, HCOE Scholars will work with members of the HCOE Faculty Advisory Committee to develop core projects related to: 1) Engagement, Leadership, Community, 2) Teaching and Mentoring or 3) Program Development and Research. HCOE Scholars will also attend quarterly meetings and other special events aimed at building a community of diverse HCOE Faculty Scholars.
Goals for the Faculty Scholar include: Career development, Leadership training, Mentoring up and down, Enhanced research network, Grant writing skills, Funding, Enhanced access and connection to students and trainees, Community of scholars
Goals for the Institution include: A more diverse and engaged faculty, Improved URM faculty recruitment and retention, Enhanced research networks and funding, Faculty more engaged with students and other trainees, Increased sense of community
The program description below provides a list of opportunities and activities available to the HCOE Faculty Scholars. Faculty Scholars will engage in activities based on their career development plan (CDP) and particular training needs.
Please note that NCLAM program and AAAMC Seminars require separate applications.
HCOE Workshops and Events
|||Fall Event | Kick-off and Orientation|
Time: 5:00PM - 7:00PM
Required event for HCOE scholars
|February 11, 2021||Winter Event | Preparing for your Promotion|
|Spring Event | Broadening Participation in Mentorship|
|June 9, 2021||Summer Event | Core Area Project (CAP) Presentations|
Academic review and promotion
Develop Faculty Career Development Plan (CDP)
AAMC Faculty Development seminar
Acquire critical skills for successful academic career in medicine and science.
AAMC Faculty Development Seminar
|Research||Grant and project management, personnel management |
Lab management course
|Grant Writing Course (GWC) |
National Scientific or Clinical Conference
|Community Service||Identify existing research and community based programs for engagement ||Mentor HCOE or URM student; |
Participate in research symposium for HCOE students
|Quarterly Meetings||Networking, Community Building, CDP and HCOE Core Project Discussion||Networking, Community Building, CDP and HCOE Core Project Discussion|
|Vivian Reznik, MD, MPH, Faculty Director and Professor of Pediatrics and Family Medicine and Public Health|
|JoAnn Trejo, PhD, MBA, Assistant Vice Chancellor, HS Faculty Affairs, Professor of Pharmacology|
|Deborah Wingard, PhD, Professor of Family Medicine and Public Health, Epidemiology|
|Samantha Hurst, PhD, Associate Project Scientist, Department of Family Medicine and Public Health|
|Cheryl Anderson, PhD, MPH ||Family Medicine and Public Health, Preventive Medicine |
|Maria Rosario "Happy" Arneta, PhD, MPH||Family Medicine and Public Health, Epidemiology |
|Luis Castellanos, MD, MPH ||Medicine, Cardiovascular|
|Mariana Cherner, PhD||Psychiatry |
|Eduardo Fricovsky, PhD||Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences|
|Simerot Jassal, MD||Medicine|
|Alex Khalessi, MD||Surgery and Neurosciences|
|A.J. Mundt, MD ||Radiation Medicine and Applied Science|
|Marc Norman, PhD||Psychiatry|
|Lucilla Ohno-Machado, MD, PhD||Medicine, Bioinformatics |
|Victoria Ojeda, PhD, MPH ||Medicine, Global Public Health|
|Haydee Ojeda-Fournier, MD||Radiology |
|Davey Smith, MD||Medicine, Infectious Diseases and Global Public Health |
|Adriana Tremoulet, MD ||Pediatrics |
|Lindia Willies-Jacobo, MD||Pediatrics|
Supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), Vice Chancellor for Health Sciences, Chancellor and Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
Please inquire regarding the application process of each program listed: NCLAM, GWC, AAMC, and FMTP at email@example.com. Each program requires a separate application process.
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