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AAMC Mailing Lists
AAMC mailing lists are available for sharing valuable information and resources with our member institutions and constituents.
The following AAMC staff manage and support the activities of the Group on Faculty Affairs.
For information regarding membership, programs, meetings, or resources, please contact:
Valarie Clark, MPA
Director, Constituent Engagement
Thalia Thompson, MPH, CHES
Constituent Engagement Specialist
For information regarding faculty data tools, please contact:
Hershel Alexander, Ph.D.
Director, Data Operations and Services
For information regarding StandPoint Surveys, please contact:
Valerie Dandar, M.A.
Manager, StandPoint Surveys
AAMC Faculty Life Cycle Webinar Series
The GFA is pleased to announce the launch of a five-part series on the medical faculty life cycle.
Click here for a short introductory video and registration information.
GFA Videos and Photos
For more information click here.
The GFA presents a recap of the 2014 GFA Professional Development Conference in Boston and an explanation of Faculty Forward.
The GFA presents “An Introduction to the Council of Faculty and Academic Societies (CFAS)”
2015 GDI/GFA Professional Development Conference
San Juan, Puerto Rico
GFA Carole J. Bland Phronesis Award
The GFA established this award to commemorate the legacy of Dr. Bland.
GFA Collections in MedEdPORTAL
The GFA Professional Development Subcommittee, in collaboration with MedEdPORTAL, is pleased to announce the launch of GFA Collections.
AAMC's StandPoint Surveys offer robust custom engagement surveys that delve into the factors unique to academic health institutions that drive the engagement and retention of faculty and staff. We partner with you to develop a comprehensive and customized approach to collecting essential employee feedback needed to support your institution’s goals. AAMC experts and support offers a turnkey process for survey administration that ensures your institution can successfully collect rich and representative data.