Mentorship- it’s the “M” in FAME, so you know we’re serious about its benefit on career development. FAME coordinates a network of departmental mentoring leads whose role is to help faculty identify potential mentors and assist with career planning. View the Mentorship Brochure for more information.


The goal of the mentoring program is to provide accessible and meaningful engagement between an experienced faculty member and a junior colleague for the purposes of career development and advancement, fostered by the spirit of collegiality.

Sample Programs

Each year in October, we feature our distinguished mentor awardees, host several programs about mentoring and feature additional mentoring resources, videos and communications. We also offer other programs each year to provide career development, guidance and advice. For current programs, see the FAME catalog and calendar.

FAME Mentorship Committee

  • Amalia Cochran, MD, Professor of Surgery, FAME Director for Mentorship
  • David Bahner, MD, Professor of Emergency Medicine
  • Tatiana Oberyszyn, PhD, Professor of Pathology
  • Diane Gorgas, MD, Professor of Emergency Medicine
  • Bhuvaneswari Ramaswamy, MD, Associate Professor of Internal Medicine
  • Steven Steinberg, MD, Professor of Surgery

Ex-officio Members

  • Philip Binkley, MD, MPH, Director, Center for FAME, Professor of Internal Medicine
  • Heather Brod, Executive Director, Center for FAME
  • Debbie Pond, Program Manager, Center for FAME
  • Emma Tippett, Program Coordinator, Center for FAME

Past Events

Past events in mentorship include the Senior Faculty Reception, Career Development Guidance and Advice, Professional Mission Statement, Best Practices in Mentoring, Accelerate Your Career with Sponsorship, Gain the Most from Mentoring and many more.

FAME at Ohio State College of Medicine

Learn more about the mentorship opportunities provided by FAME at the Ohio State College of Medicine.

Hear from Dr. Peter Mohler

Peter Mohler gives helpful tips and speaks on the importance of being a mentor.

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