The Christine A Geehrer Inspiration in Medicine Award (CAGIM) provides a cash grant of $26,200 to one deserving individual enrolled in the University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine. The cash award will be available for tuition, books, and materials.
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One UCSF Featured Voice: Colette DeJong, 3rd Year Medical Student
At UCSF, we are redefining possible. We believe we can discover more, think differently, go above and beyond and set the standard for things to come. We come to work every morning driven and passionate, hoping for a brighter future for our patients, our students, and the communities we serve.
We share an indisputable common bond: a desire to change the future of health. Together, we believe our work redefines what is possible in research, education, and patient care.
Medical Student, Third Year
UCSF Program in Medical Education for the Urban Underserved (PRIME-US)
Originally published at the One UCSF website
The Educational Evaluation team warmly welcomes Melissa (aka Mel) Fujiyama Nakapa’ahu. Mel has been helping us since December 2014 but is now officially part of the Ed Evals team! Mel will be overseeing the implementation of evaluations in the Essential Core and other programs in UME and will be leading the design and restructuring of evaluations for Foundations 1 in the Bridges Curriculum. She will also be overseeing the Essential Core and Kaiser Teaching Awards.
Deadline: March 25, 2015—2015 AAMC Medical Education Meeting Call for Submissions
To maximize support of, and advocacy for, our educators, the School of Medicine is launching the new Center for Faculty Educators, an administrative unit designed to align the resources dedicated to our premier programs for faculty who are committed to teaching the next generation of health professionals.
Innovation and change in the health sciences are accelerating at an unprecedented pace. Just 60 years ago, the structure of DNA had only just been proposed; the polio vaccine was newly invented; and the HIV/AIDS was yet to be identified.