Faculty members can utilize the resources of FAME at every stage of career development. Whether you are a clinician, educator, researcher, leader or some combination thereof, FAME has programming to foster your success. We provide unique opportunities for women and minority faculty who are underrepresented in academic medicine and in leadership.
We utilize needs assessments, survey data and extensive situational analyses to create programming that is useful for your personal and professional development. Additionally, FAME partners with other units in our college and university to bring career development to all faculty members.
To promote success of our clinical faculty through programs designed to help garner extramural funding, and perform cutting-edge research through cross-disciplinary collaborations. We aim to teach, inspire and help our faculty to set goals for achievement in life and in their career here at OSU.
- Vital Talk
- No Crying in Medicine
FAME Clinical Scholarship Committee members
- Daniel Bachmann, MD, Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine
- Lanla Conteh, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine
- Daniel Eiferman, MD, Associate Professor of Surgery
- Courtney Hebert, MD, Assistant Professor of Biomedical Informatics
- John Larry, MD, Associate Professor of Internal Medicine
- Zaibo Li, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor of Pathology
- Shraddha Mainali, MD, Assistant Professor of Neurology
- Tanya Matthew, BDS, MS, Pilot Translational & Clinical Studies Program Administrator, CCTS
- Jose Moreno, PhD, Assistant Professor for Psychiatry and Behavioral Health
- Mona Natwa, MD, Assistant Professor of Radiology
- Anjali Satoskar, MD, Associate Professor of Pathology
- Philip Binkley, MD, MPH, Director, Center for FAME, Professor of Internal Medicine
- Debbie Pond, Program Manager, Center for FAME
- Emma Tippett, Program Coordinator, Center for FAME