Harvard Medical School (HMS) has many academic resources available for use
by BIDMC faculty. These include:
Harvard Medical School Promotion Process for Full time and Part time
In 2008, Harvard Medical School and Harvard School of Dental Medicine
adopted new criteria for faculty promotion and appointment. These new
criteria recognize the broad range of faculty activities that support the
academic mission. By allowing the sum total of an each faculty member's
contributions and achievements to be considered in the evaluation for
promotion, these new criteria provide many different paths to academic
advancement for our extraordinary faculty.
This website is designed to help you learn about the new criteria. At this
website you can:
Understand how the criteria for promotion have changed
Learn about using the new criteria to create a promotion profile
Understand how to choose an area of excellence
Create customized promotion criteria based on your personal profile
Find answers to frequently asked questions about the new promotion
Download a PDF of the booklet about the new criteria
View a video/slide presentation about the new criteria
The CV, along with letters from internal and external referees and examples
of scholarly work, provides the major evidence used during the evaluation
of candidates for promotion. Therefore, accurate and complete reporting of
contributions and achievements in the CV is essential.
Follow this link for information on
HMS faculty promotion and appointment requirements.
Curriculum Vitae in Harvard Format
The HMS Curriculum Vitae for Academic Advancement website includes
materials to assist you in preparing your CV. It has detailed instructions,
including guidelines for preparing bibliography citations and a Microsoft
Word based CV templates.
Follow this link to the
HMS Curriculum Vitae website.
Teaching Opportunities at Harvard Medical School
Harvard Medical School offers a variety of teaching opportunities for
qualified faculty members in the pre-clinical curriculum. Teaching roles
vary by course.
Follow this link to
access additional information on teaching roles in your specialty area.
If you are interested in teaching please contact the Course Director. If
you are not sure who the Course Director is please contact the
Dean for Medical Education.