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Human Resources Interest Group

A network of human resource professionals who broadly share ideas, challenges, best practices, and development opportunities.


AAMC Mailing Lists

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AAMC mailing lists are available for sharing valuable information and resources with our member institutions and constituents.

About the GBA

Becoming a member of the GBA

Learn how to become an active member of the GBA and make the most out of your membership.


Rules and Regulations

The purpose of the organization is to advance the managerial art and science of administering medical education in the areas of business, fiscal and administrative management of medical schools, and to facilitate direct interaction of the AAMC staff and Councils with institutional representatives charged with responsibilities in business affairs.


GBA Strategic Plan

Report on recommendations of the GBA Strategic Planning Task Force, October 1996


GBA History Book

"Perhaps as time goes by we can add additional chapters and begin to recognize the hundreds of people who worked so hard and who looked at the GBA as one of the most important aspects of their professional careers."
--Marvin. H. Siegel and William Hilles, 1967


GBA Awards

The Association of American Medical Colleges Group on Business Affairs (AAMC/GBA) establishes the following categories of awards: Emeritus, Service with Distinction, and Honorary Member. These categories of awards are intended to provide a standard for the organization to recognize members who have retired, or who leave academic medicine, and have provided outstanding commitment to the GBA. Contributions may have been provided in the form of leadership, exemplary service to the organization, and wisdom.

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My AAMC Affinity Groups

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