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.
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The Office of Sponsored Research Administration offers information regarding sponsored research procedures, compliance, funding and core facilities, as well as policies and forms.
The Faculty Ombudsman Office offers a safe and informal place where faculty and staff at Weill Cornell Medical College and Graduate School of Medical Sciences may discuss problems or issues related to the faculty. Concerns about situations that interfere with productive work or study may involve a colleague, advisor, instructor, or co-worker. The Ombudsman assists visitors in a variety of ways consistent with our mission. Overall, the Ombudsman is an advocate for fairness and equity.
The Weill Cornell Executive Faculty Council and General Faculty Council are two governance bodies that serve as key components in the flow of information between faculty and administration.
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The CTSC offers training and education, as well as assistance with planning, conducting and completing research, providing the essential resources and technological tools to move translational research seamlessly from bench to bedside to community.
EHS hazard prevention and response programs maintain a safe environment for students, faculty, staff and the visiting public. Faculty members must be aware of their environmental health and safety responsibilities, as well as obtain all training required to conduct research.
The Office of Housing provides housing options, applications, policies and further information for faculty members, postdoctoral associates, students and others who are eligible.
For information regarding health and wellness benefits, Weill Cornell Medicine careers, retirement plans, and other topics not related to faculty appointment and promotion, please refer to the Human Resources Department. They can be reached at (646) 962-9247.
The JCTO provides support for Weill Cornell Medicine and NewYork-Presbyterian clinical investigators, as well as information about clinical trials and related programs.
The Office of the Dean provides current information regarding our overarching vision, as well as Dean’s Distinguished Lecture Series dates.
The Samuel J. Wood Library offers electronic information as well as services including grant writing workshops, historical archive access and technology assistance, for researchers, clinicians and educators from Weill Cornell Medical College and affiliate hospitals.
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