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The SEEF Fellowship helps faculty in the early stages of their career to develop skills in medical education and assessment research


SEEF Fellowship

2020 SEEF Fellows

Ofelia Martinez

Ofelia Martinez, MD

Director of Clinical Skills at Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine
Aimee Medeiros

Aimee Medeiros, PhD

Associate Professor, Anthropology, History & Social Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine
Rachel Wolfe

Rachel Wolfe, MD

Assistant Professor, Rheumatology and Immunology at Wake Forest School of Medicine
Danielle Roussel

Danielle Roussel, MD

Assistant Dean for Clinical Curriculum & Associate Professor (Clinical), Anesthesiology at the University of Utah School of Medicine
Todd Cassese

Todd Cassese, MD, FACP

Associate Dean for Medical Education Associate & Professor of Medicine at Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Nora Osman

Nora Yusuf Osman, MD

Director, Medical Student Education, Department of Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital & Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School
Shimae Fitzgibbons

Shimae Fitzgibbons, MD

Associate Professor Surgery & Associate Program Director at Med Star Georgetown University Hospital
Todd Guth

Todd Guth, MD

Associate Professor at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical School

About the Fellowship

The SEEF Fellowship is designed for medical school faculty who are interested in developing skills in medical education and assessment research, and who have a commitment to working with a team of interested colleagues.

The project-based faculty development program was established to:

  • Foster professional development
  • Promote assessment-focused scholarship about innovative approaches that will enhance the assessment of individuals across the continuum of medical education and in active independent practice
  • Support a cohort of individuals who will work with a senior mentor and NBME staff to identify and develop questions and a research project that falls within one or both of the following themes:
    • Assessment of clinical reasoning/critical thinking
    • Diversity/bias and disparities in assessment

Faculty who are early in their medical education research career (up to rank of associate professor) and from medical schools accredited by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME) or the Commission on Osteopathic College Accreditation (COCA) are encouraged to apply.