Teaching Scholars Program Welcomes New Class for 2023-2024 Academic Year
The Teaching Scholars Program (TSP) is a yearlong program in health professions education and education scholarship. It is accessible to faculty from all UCSF professional schools through a competitive application process. The graduates go on to enrich their learning environments with their new knowledge and have helped the incoming class of new scholars recognize that they are linked to a long UCSF tradition of valuing the role of educators and education scholarship to enhance learning.
The application and selection process strives to select a cohort of teaching scholars that reflects diversity with respect to specialty, race/ethnicity, gender and other identities and seeks applicants from a range of backgrounds and with educational experiences across the continuum of health professions education.
TSP Cohort for 2023-2024:
- Ritu Bansal, MD, Medicine
- Nu Chai, MD, Anesthesia and Perioperative Care
- Anthony Ding, MD, Orthopaedic Surgery
- Colin Feuille, MD, Medicine
- Katelyn Hasse, PhD, Radiation Oncology
- Lily Hitchner, MD, Emergency Medicine
- Pramita Kuruvilla, MD, Medicine
- Kewchang Lee, MD, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
- Lin Li, MD, Medicine
- Daniela Maristany, MD, Medicine
- Kendra Moore, MD, Medicine
- Hannah Potvin, MD, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
- Joseph Sanford, MD, Neurology
- Mark Terrelonge, MD, MPH, Neurology
The TSP would not be possible without faculty support:
- Co-directors: Patricia S. O'Sullivan, EdD and Bridget O'Brien, PhD
- TSP Mentors: Christy Boscardin, PhD and Arianne Teherani, PhD
Presentations for this class will be held in September 2024.