Curriculum Change Initiative

Implementation

As the Curriculum Change Initiative moves forward, new resources will be added to this page to keep faculty, students and staff informed. Please contact medcom@neomed.edu if you have any questions.

College of Medicine curriculum committee

The College of Medicine Curriculum Committee (formerly CMAC), was re-imagined with a new structure effective July 15, 2020.

The College of Medicine Curriculum Committee has decision-making and policy-making authority and is responsible for oversight, evaluation and management of the curriculum, its courses and course directors. The Curriculum Committee will communicate significant changes in the curriculum to the students and faculty on a regular basis. The Curriculum Committee ensures compliance with all LCME curricular elements. Its voting membership consists of nine members:

  • Three members selected by the pre-clerkship curriculum sub-committee;
  • Three members selected by the clinical curriculum sub-committee;
  • Three at-large members selected by the COM Nominating and Membership from a faculty nomination process;
  • One M2 student
  • One M4 student

Curriculum Committee Annual summary 2022

Committee Members for 2022/23

Pre-Clerkship Sub-Committee Representatives

Arthur Coulton, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Integrative Medical Sciences

Merri Rosen, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Anatomy and Neurobiology

Adam Goodwill, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Anatomy and Neurobiology

Clerkship Sub-Committee Representatives

Rachel Bracken, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Family and Community Medicine

Kenneth Wyatt, M.D., Clinical Assistant Professor, Pediatrics

Michael Appleman, M.A. Ed, Instructor, Family and Community Medicine

At-Large Faculty Representatives

Rebecca Fishbein, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Family and Community Medicine

S Srinivas Ganapathy, M.D., Associate Professor, Radiology

Jesse Young, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Anatomy & Neurobiology

Student Members 

Erin Moore, M2

Alexandra Glaser, M4

Committee Members for 2020/21

Curriculum Committee Annual Summary 2021

Pre-Clerkship Sub-Committee Representatives

Julie Aultman, Ph.D., Professor, Family and Community Medicine

Amy Lee, M.D., M.P.H., M.BA., Professor, Family and Community Medicine

June Yun, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Integrative Medical Sciences

Clerkship Sub-Committee Representatives

Rachel Bracken, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Family and Community Medicine

Susan Nofziger, M.D., Clinical Associate Professor, Pediatrics

Kenneth Wyatt, M.D., Clinical Assistant Professor, Pediatrics

At-Large Faculty Representatives

Costas Apostolis, M.D., Assistant Professor, Obstetrics and Gynecology

S Srinivas Ganapathy, M.D., Associate Professor, Radiology

Hans Thewissen, Ph.D., Professor, Anatomy and Neurobiology

Student Members 

Ali Syed, M2

Timothy Fisher, M4

 

Curriculum Policies

COM Appendix G: Standing Committees

COM Attendance at Instructional Sessions

Schematics & Timelines

Peer Instruction Information

 

General Curricular Information

College of Medicine Program Objectives *

Curriculum Evaluation Plan

Information shared at curriculum Open Houses

Module Dyad Leaders

Module Dyad leaders are faculty members who are responsible for leading a module. Each dyad consists of a physician/clinician and a non-clinical faculty member.

M1 – Fall 2021

Population Health

  • Amy Lee, M.D., Professor of Family and Community Medicine
  • Kris Baughman, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Family and Community Medicine

Introduction to Clinical Skills (ICS)

  • Paul Lecat, M.D., Professor of Internal Medicine, Professor of Pediatrics, Professor of Pediatrics
  • Paul Hartung, Ph.D., Professor of Family and Community Medicine

Human Architecture and Composition (HAC)

  • Sonja Harris-Haywood, M.D., Associate Professor of Integrative Medical Sciences, Clinical Associate Professor of Family Community Medicine
  • Arthur Coulton, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Integrative Medical Sciences
  • Jesse Young, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anatomy & Neurobiology

Cardiovascular, Pulmonary and Renal (CPR)

  • Sonja Harris-Haywood, M.D.,  Associate Professor of Integrative Medical Sciences, Clinical Associate Professor of Family Community Medicine
  • Arthur Coulton, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Integrative Medical Sciences

Patient, Physician and Community I (PPC i)

  • Joseph Zarconi, M.D., Professor and Chair of Internal Medicine
  • Paul Hartung, Ph.D., Professor of Family and Community Medicine

 

m1 – Spring 2022

Gastrointestinal-Reproductive-Endocrine Systems (GRE)

  • Adam Goodwill, Ph.D, Assistant Professor of Integrative Medical Sciences
  • Clinical Dyad Leader- TBD

Neurobiology

  • Merri Rosen, Associate Professor of Anatomy and Neurobiology
  • Erik Messamore, M.D., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Psychiatry

Flora, Pathogens and Defense (FPD)

  • Feng Dong, M.D., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Integrative Medical Sciences
  • Paul Lecat, M.D., Professor of Internal Medicine, Professor of Pediatrics, Professor of Pediatrics

Patient Physician and Community II (PPC II)

  • Paul Hartung, Ph.D., Professor of Family and Community Medicine
  • Joseph Zarconi, M.D., Professor and Chair of Internal Medicine

Integrated Case Exercise (ICE)

  • Mariquita Belen, M.D., Assistant Professor of Family and Community Medicine
  • June Yun, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Integrative Medical Sciences

 

 

M2 – Fall 2021

foundations of disease and treatment (FDT)

  • Jennifer Baccon, M.D., Ph.D., Professor and Chair of Pathology
  • Mehool Patel, M.D., Clinical Professor of Internal Medicine

patient, PHysician and community III (PPC III)

  • Joseph Zarconi, M.D., Professor and Chair of Internal Medicine
  • Julie Aultman, Ph.D., Professor of Family and Community Medicine

diagnosis & treatment i

  • Doug Moses, M.D., Clinical Professor of Pediatrics
  • June Yun, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Integrative Medical Sciences

patient, physician and community iv (PPC iv)

  • Mariquita Belen, M.D., Assistant Professor of Family and Community Medicine
  • Julie Aultman, Ph.D., Professor of Family and Community Medicine

 

m2 – Spring 2022

diagnosis & treatment iI

  • Doug Moses, M.D., Clinical Professor of Pediatrics
  • June Yun, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Integrative Medical Sciences

patient, physician and community v (PPC v)

  • Mariquita Belen, M.D., Assistant Professor of Family and Community Medicine
  • Julie Aultman, Ph.D., Professor of Family and Community Medicine

CONTACT

Jennifer Lint
Email: jlint@neomed.edu

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