Resources Catalog

The AAMC serves and leads the academic medicine community in four primary mission areas: innovative medical education, cutting-edge patient care, groundbreaking medical research, and diversity and inclusion. 

This initiative from the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Center for Education Research provides resources for organizations and institutions to improve research mentoring relationships.  

The Clinical and Translational Science Institute at the University of Minnesota offers online resources for mentorship education and training, including free, self-paced programs for professional development of research mentors.   

This certificate program is designed for doctors who assume, or are interested in, educational leadership roles and responsibilities.

This program offers 20 junior faculty members annually the opportunity to provide intensive mentorship and shepherd faculty through writing a grant, breaking down the process into all major components for each individual to achieve funded research.

The Harvard Macy Institute is a national organization that offers five professional development courses each year in Boston. The Harvard Macy Community Blog was created by a global community of graduates, medical educators and leaders dedicated to transforming healthcare delivery and education, and includes discussions about key medical education topics.

The National Research Mentoring Network supports the advancement of young research scientists at every stage of career development within the biomedical sciences. Services include individual connection with experienced mentors and professional development programs.


The GCA acts as primary liaison between Weill Cornell Medicine and the communities we serve throughout New York City. The division leads multiple educational seminar series in partnership with CBOs, including the New York Public Library and Lenox Hill Neighborhood House, as well as hands-on STEM education events, including Big Red STEM Day in partnership with the New York City Department of Education - to engage faculty, students and staff in meaningful outreach and community service across our tripartite mission of clinical care, research and education.

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