Minority Faculty Development Program 25th Anniversary
Throughout the year the Office for Diversity Inclusion and Community Partnership commemorated the occasion of our 25th anniversary of the Minority Faculty Development Programs with a series of lectures, leadership forums and special sessions, culminating with the Leadership and Faculty Development Program Conference. Day one of this event featured a roster of guest speakers with a focus on diversity in education. Each shared their personal survive and thrive story, and elaborated on the progress we have made and the strides still ahead of us.
A two-year, non-degree Faculty Fellowship Program for Harvard junior faculty designed to address faculty need for additional support to conduct clinical and/or translational research and to free junior faculty from clinical and teaching demands at a key point in their career development. MORE...
A two-year, non-degree Faculty Fellowship Program for Harvard Medical School (HMS) junior faculty that enables fellows to pursue activities that enhance their development as researchers and clinicians/teachers, leads to their advancement within the Harvard system, and promotes diversity within the HMS community. MORE...
For answers to frequently asked questions regarding the DICP Faculty Fellowship and the PFDI Faculty Fellowship click here.
The HMS Foundation Funds Program administers the nomination process for HMS/HSDM faculty and postdocs for funding opportunities from private foundations that require candidates to be nominated by either Harvard Medical School or Harvard University. MORE...
Leadership and Career Development
Leadership and Faculty Development Program
Success in academic medicine requires today’s clinicians and researchers to be fully prepared as leaders and as scientists. The Leadership and Faculty Development Conference provides Harvard Medical School (HMS) junior faculty, clinical fellows, and research fellows with information and skills needed for professional and career advancement in academic medicine, and specifically advancement within the Harvard Medical School community. MORE...