Who Should apply

Ideal candidates are clinician-educators within ten years of completing their post-residency or fellowship training or have recently transitioned to a clinician-educator role. The program is especially suited for individuals seeking to cultivate their educational scholarship skills but with limited formal training or mentorship opportunities at home institutions. The program accommodates only 12 participants to ensure personalized mentoring and training.

SGIM continues its journey to becoming an anti-racist society committed to promoting and championing diversity, equity, and inclusion as a strategic priority. A diverse panel of reviewers will give all applicants equal consideration.

Program Highlights

SGIM's MedEd Scholarship Program is tailored to enhance scholarship skills in clinician-educators, providing a valuable asset for professional growth and enabling participants to drive and disseminate cutting-edge scholarship in medical education and general internal medicine.

This one-year faculty development certificate program consists of monthly seminars designed to build a robust foundation in scholarship skills. Participants will also have access to a rich array of tools and resources. Additionally, structured group and one-on-one mentoring sessions will guide each participant through their scholarly project.

This immersive program is not only about skill acquisition but also about contributing to SGIM's long-term vision—a future where diversity in scholarship and education thrives. If you are passionate about shaping the future of medical education and scholarship, we encourage you to apply for this unique opportunity.

Important Dates

Check back in Fall 2024 for information on the next program cycle

Program Fees

$3,000 due upon acceptance

MedEd scholarship is a team sport. When starting the journey of becoming a Medical Education Scholar, nothing can replace the power and impact of peers and mentors to guide you through the process. The SGIM MedEd Scholarship Program doesn’t just teach you the skills, it connects you with a network of educators across the country to ensure you have the support you need for success.

- Katie Gielissen, MD, MedEd Faculty 

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Meded Scholarship faculty

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Donna Windish, MD, MPH

MedEd Scholarship Program Chair
Yale University School of Medicine
Professor of Medicine
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Eva Aagaard, MD

Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine
Vice Chancellor and Senior Associate Dean for Education
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Shobhina Chheda, MD, MPH

University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
Associate Dean for Medical Education
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Katherine Gielissen, MD, MHS

Emory School of Medicine
Assistant Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics
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Steven Haist, MD, MS

University of Kentucky College of Medicine
Professor and Associate Dean for Curriculum and Assessment
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Reena Karani, MD, MHPE

Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Senior Associate Dean for Undergraduate Medical Education
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