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Research

The Research Committee’s mission is to foster the career development of generalist researchers throughout mentorship, recognition of excellence, networking, and skills development. Successful and productive generalist researchers are essential for ensuring the highest quality of care and better health for all.

Research Committee Initiatives 2021-2022

  1. VA Partnered Research Curriculum-SGIM is offering a free curriculum for VA Researchers to learn how best to partner with healthcare teams and systems. One of the key intersection points for both VA and SGIM is to enhance the delivery of high-value healthcare to patient populations by supporting high quality investigators and research.
  2. Research Annual Meeting Programming-To support the training and skillsets of generalist researchers and sustain their interest and participation in the Annual Meeting, it is essential to provide stimulating, high-yield workshops and symposiums. The program committee has also asked the Research Committee to deliver its annual Update in Research Methods at the Annual Meeting. We will also incorporate new research needs and opportunities in the setting of COVID-19 and healthcare disparities.
  3. General Internal Medicine Fellowship Experience and Outcomes Survey-Little is known about the experience and outcomes of general internal medicine fellows. A survey and dissemination of findings would help current and future fellows and program directors to understand the needs and gaps in current GIM fellowship training to support the pipeline of successful generalist researchers.
  4. eResearch Consults-  The goal of research eConsults is to help SGIM members connect with each other when they need specific guidance on research related topics that can’t be answered online or at their local institution.

Additional Research Resources 

Resources provides links to useful research references, such as regarding training programs, funding, research awards, research seminars, Community of Science, and the NIH clinical trials registry.

Dataset Compendium helps researchers identify and explore publicly-available research datasets, especially for health services research, clinical epidemiology, and research on medical education.

Funding Opportunities contains links to federal and other sources of funding.

Awards summarizes SGIM's awards program.

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Melissa Wei, M.D., M.P.H., M.S.
Chair, Research Committee
University of Michigan Medicine
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John Mafi, M.D., M.P.H. 
Co-chair, Research Committee
David Geffen School of Medicine
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Michael Pignone, M.D.
Council Liaison

University of Texas at Austin Dell Medical School

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Interested in joining the Research Committee? 

Please contact Erika Baker, Staff Liaison,  for more information. Also, visit the SGIM Volunteer Center for more volunteer opportunities.