It is expected that faculty fulfill the three missions of the School of Medicine and the Department of Biomedical Engineering 1) perform cutting-edge discovery and knowledge generating research in the field of biomedical informatics; 2) contribute in substantive ways to the training of the next generation of physicians and scientists through didactic lectures, skills training, and mentorship of students and fellows; and 3) service to the Emory University community through participation in graduate programs and various committees necessary for state-of-the-art education and research performed at the university, as well as the national community of your discipline.
After the third year, all candidates are expected to develop an independent, extramurally supported research program covering 65% of their salary from either extramural grants or other sources.
The reporting line would be to the Chair of Dr. Panich annual evaluations, discussions, and planning meetings with Dr. Santangelo will provide direct feedback, mentorship, and help in planning future academic directions. As such, we would set forth the following expectations in areas of scholarship, teaching and service.
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