Appointments, Promotion & Tenure

Promotion and Tenure

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Promotion and Tenure

For Annual Review Process:
Blank Downloadable Faculty Activity Form (pdf) Internal Department Form completed every other year by faculty and reviewed by Division Director and Department Chairman.

2014 Promotions

2014 Appointments Effective 10/1/2014

Jeffrey Alten, M.D. Critical Care Professor
Mark Baker, M.D. Emergency Med Associate Professor
Reed Dimmitt, M.D. Gastro/Nutri Professor
Sahar Fathallah-Shaykh, M.D. Nephrology Associate Professor
Gregory Friedman, M.D. Hem/Onc Associate Professor
Monisha Goyal, M.D. Neurology Professor
Virginia A. Karle, M.D. Neonatology Professor
Snehal Khatri, M.D. Gen Peds/Adol Med Associate Professor
Mark Law, M.D. Cardiology Associate Professor
Terri Magruder, M.D. Pulmonary Associate Professor
Masako Shimamura, M.D. Infectious Disease Tenure
Brian Sims, M.D. Neonatology Associate Professor
with Tenure
Annalise Sorrentino, M.D. Emergency Med Professor
Matthew Stoll, M.D., Ph.D. Rheumatology Associate Professor
Rune Toms, M.D. Neonatology Associate Professor
Stephenie Wallace, M.D. Gen Peds/Adol Med Associate Professor



The article and template above are a good resource for faculty who are primarily "clinician educators."  As clinician educators prepare their portfolio, the section on documenting scholarship in education is especially helpful.  This article was a product of the Academic Pediatrics Association (APA) and has been accepted for general use through MedEdPortal of the AAMC.  Dr. Annalise Sorrentino is also a great human resource as she has participated in University-wide activities to assist in portfolio development.  She has also worked directly with Dr. Selden, who wrote some of the seminal descriptions. The APA work is specific for clinical medical faculty. It will likely be most helpful when there is opportunity for those preparing portfolios to discuss their packages with more senior faculty. The template may serve as one that could be used for the Promotion packet.