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Northeast Group on Educational Affairs (NEGEA)

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The Northeast Group on Educational Affairs (NEGEA) is one of four regional groups of the AAMC's Group on Educational Affairs (GEA). GEA membership is open to all faculty, faculty, staff, and learners involved in medical education. 

Resources

NEGEA Scholar Grants

NEGEA Scholars Grants are professional development grants, funding individuals to complete their own research and professional development projects. Individual grants can be up to $15,000 with a $5,000 matching institutional contribution. Find more information on the grants in the FAQ.

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Guide to Northeast Group on Educational Affairs

Guide to Northeast Group on Educational Affairs

Special Interest Groups

Special interest groups provide opportunities for members to collaborate in order to advance specific areas within the Northeast Group on Educational Affairs. Membership is open to individuals at AAMC member institutions. 

Steering Committee

The Northeast Group on Educational Affairs offers numerous opportunities for members to collaborate and participate in group decisions and governance

Members

A full list of the current members of the Northeast Group on Educational Affairs. 

Awards

The Northeast Group on Educational Affairs awards recognize your contributions to academic medicine

Grants

The Northeast Group on Educational Affairs supports and encourages scholarship in medical education. 

Bylaws

Official governance and administration information for members of the Northeast Group on Educational Affairs. 

Regional Groups

Regional meetings provide a forum for exchanging ideas, learning new strategies, and developing plans that may facilitate your work and implementation of the NEGEA mission. Each GEA region holds an annual spring meeting for faculty, educators, and administrators from the member institutions within their respective regions. Regional GEA meetings include sessions and exhibits analogous to those offered at the national and regional special interest groups (SIGs) meetings. 

Other GEA regional groups are: 

Contact NEGEA

NEGEA Chair: Jonathan (Yoni) Amiel 
Associate Dean for Curricular Affairs 
Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons 

AAMC Staff 
gea@aamc.org

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