Faculty Affairs

Welcome to the Faculty Affairs website for the Department of Pathology, Microbiology & Immunology. We have developed this site to provide easy access to information relative to appointments and promotions, mentoring, mentoring committees, and faculty enrichment and development. We hope you will find the site easily navigable and, most importantly, helpful.

It is our hope that this site will evolve and grow to meet the needs of our faculty. We welcome your suggestions for ways we can improve it.

Please send your comments, questions and suggestions to joyce.johnson@vumc.org.


Mentoring Program Departmental Guidelines


Individual Development Plan
Educator and Clinical Practice Track Faculty

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Individual Development Plan
Investigator Track Faculty

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Maintaining an Updated CV
Developing SMART goals
Mentoring Resources

Appointments and Promotions

Academic Track Overview
Clinical Practice Track
Basic Science Educator/Clinician Educator Track
Basic Science Investigator/Physician Scientists Inestigator Track
Appointments & Promotion Forms
School of Medicine, Faculty Affairs & Career Development Website

Faculty Enrichment Series


Faculty Activity Reports

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Master of Science in Clinical Investigation (MSCI)
Masters of Public Health (MPH)

Other Resources

Vanderbilt Faculty Manual

The Faculty Manual is a guide to University policies and procedures for all Vanderbilt University faculty.

Productivity Posts

© Laura Stack, MBA, CSP, CPAE, aka The Productivity Pro®, gives speeches and seminars on sales and leadership productivity. For over 25 years, she’s worked with Fortune 1000 clients to reduce inefficiencies, execute more quickly, improve output, and increase profitability. Laura is the author of seven books, including Doing the Right Things Right: How the Effective Executive Spends Time. To invite Laura to speak at your next event, visit www.TheProductivityPro.com.

Manage Your Energy, Not Your Time.

The science of stamina has advanced to the point where individuals, teams, and whole organizations can, with some straightforward interventions, significantly increase their capacity to get things done. by Tony Schwartz and Catherine McCarthy