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SGEA Special Interest Groups

An SGEA Special Interest Group (SGEA-SIG) is a community with an interest in advancing a specific area within the SGEA where members communicate, collaborate and meet to promote research, and effect or produce solutions within their particular area. SGEA-SIGs are self-perpetuating groups in which the membership is responsible for ensuring the ongoing activities of the group. Any SGEA member can join an SGEA-SIG and can be a member of more than one SIG. SGEA-SIGs elect their own officers:

  • Conveners, elected for one year, guide the SIG’s activities, including items of interest throughout the year and SIG-sponsored sessions at the SGEA and annual AAMC meetings.
  • Recorders keep minutes from any SIG meetings.
  • Membership coordinator maintains and distributes the SIG’s current membership list.

Anyone interested in forming an SGEA-SIG, should draft a proposal and send it along with a list of interested SGEA members to the Chair of the SGEA Steering Committee for approval by that committee. The membership list can be a separate file or an addendum within the proposal. While this list may contain some non-SGEA members, the bulk of the membership and the leadership for the SIG should be SGEA members. The SGEA Steering Committee reviews the SIG’s status every three years for its viability and sustainability.

SIG Sample Proposal 

SIG Convener Responsibilities 

Current SIGs


About the SGEA

Contact SGEA

SGEA Chair
Nicole Borges, PhD
Professor, Neurobiology and Anatomical Sciences
University of Mississippi Medical Center

AAMC Staff
Steve McKenzie
Director, Constituent Engagement

Sarah Brown
Constituent Engagement Specialist

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