Faculty Development

The mission of the Faculty Development Office is to inspire and assist faculty with scholarship, service, and teaching, to promote career satisfaction, skill development and enhancement, and to create a community of engaged faculty within the Emory University Department of Medicine.

Where do I start? Whether a clinical educator, clinical investigator or research scientist, our PATHS (Professional Advancement Tracks for Health Sciences) will detail learning opportunities within specific time frames to aid your career progression. 

Download a flyer of all Faculty Development Programs (PDF).

New Faculty Programs & Resources

PATHS  - Use the Professional Advancement Tracks for Health Sciences for guidance on academic career progression. 

BUGLE - The Best Unofficial Guide to Life at Emory provides a practical reference to help you better navigate Emory with site-specific details and faculty insider knowledge. Available as an iOS app. 

New Faculty Orientation and Resource Guide - Attend Dept. of Medicine new faculty orientation and view the quick reference guide for resources in the Department and School of Medicine. 

Ambassador Program - The Ambassador Program is here to make your transition to Emory as smooth as possible! Your Ambassador will serve as an early point of contact for your specific site, answer questions and share faculty resource information. 

DOM Communities - Connect with faculty who share similar interests and attend Community-specific skill building and social events throughout the year. 

Mentoring Program - Find a mentor in the DOM Mentoring Program! Receive guidance and support for your career development.

Career Conference and Performance Reviews - Access the annual career conference and performance review system, and view tools to help you prepare for your review.

Junior Faculty Development Course - Improve your leadership skills by applying to this five-month career development course offered by the School of Medicine.

Early Career Leadership Courses - View more internal and external leadership programs such as the AAMC and the Minority Faculty Career Development Summit.

Emory Faculty Development Lecture Series - Attend presentations on practical topics aimed at assisting faculty in their career development.

Consult Program - Receive one-on-one assistance on presentations, grant preparation, early career advice, teaching assessment, and manuscript preparation.

Project MPACT - Become a member of Project MPACT (Medicine Partnering Across the Community) and get involved with volunteering alongside your Department of Medicine colleagues!

Internal Research Resources - Access programs, tips, and tools such as our FAME Grant and weekly research newsletters to help advance your research career.

Early to Mid-Career Faculty Programs & Resources

PATHS  - Use the Professional Advancement Tracks for Health Sciences for guidance on academic career progression. 

BUGLE - The Best Unofficial Guide to Life at Emory provides a practical reference to help you better navigate Emory with site-specific details and faculty insider knowledge. Also available as an iOS app. 

New Faculty Orientation and Resource Guide - Attend Dept. of Medicine new faculty orientation and view the quick reference guide for resources in the Department and School of Medicine. 

DOM Communities - Connect with faculty who share similar interests and attend Community-specific skill building and social events throughout the year. 

Mentoring Program - Find a mentor in the DOM Mentoring Program! Receive guidance and support for your career development.

Career Conference and Performance Reviews - Access the annual career conference and performance review system, and view tools to help you prepare for your review.

Consult Program - Receive one-on-one assistance on presentations, grant preparation, early career advice, teaching assessment, and manuscript preparation.

CV Review Sessions - Receive valuable one-on-one feedback to learn if you are on track for promotion.

Junior Faculty Development Course – Improve your leadership skills by applying to this five-month career development course offered by the School of Medicine.

EM-ProLEAD- Apply to the Emory Medicine Professional Leadership Enrichment and Development Program (EM-ProLEAD) to enhance your leadership skills, business knowledge, and collaboration.

Mid-career leadership courses external leadership programs - View more internal and external leadership programs such as the AAMC LEAD certificate program.

Emory Faculty Development Lecture Series - Attend presentations on practical topics aimed at assisting faculty in their career development. 

DOM Faculty Awards Program – Nominate your fellow faculty members for awards in recognition of their outstanding contributions. Awards are given at the annual Celebratory Grand Rounds.

Project MPACT - Become a member of Project MPACT (Medicine Partnering Across the Community) and get involved with volunteering alongside your Department of Medicine colleagues! 

Internal Research Resources - Access programs, tips, and tools such as our FAME Grant and weekly research newsletters to help advance your research career.

Senior Faculty Programs & Resources

DOM Communities – Connect with faculty who share similar interests and attend Community-specific skill building and social events throughout the year. 

Mentoring Program - Find a mentor in the DOM Mentoring Program! Receive guidance and support for your career development.

CV Review Sessions - Receive valuable one-on-one feedback to learn if you are on track for promotion.

Career Conference and Performance Reviews - Access the annual career conference and performance review system, and view tools to help you prepare for your review.

Woodruff Leadership Academy - Strengthen and develop your individual leadership potential by applying for this program consisting of classroom sessions, off-site team projects, and weekend retreats.

Senior Leadership Courses – View more internal and external leadership courses from AAMC, Harvard and Emory. 

DOM Faculty Awards Program – Nominate your fellow faculty members for awards in recognition of their outstanding contributions.  Awards are given at the annual Celebratory Grand Rounds.

Project MPACT – Become a member of Project MPACT (Medicine Partnering Across the Community) and get involved with volunteering alongside your Department of Medicine colleagues!

Internal Research Resources - Access programs, tips, and tools such as our FAME Grant and weekly research newsletters to help advance your research career.


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