The Curriculum Fellows Program (CFP) at Harvard Medical School (HMS) is now accepting applications for a fellow in Developmental and Regenerative Biology and a fellow in Biomedical Informatics. Please see the detailed job descriptions linked above for specific information about each position.
About the program
CFs have diverse academic roles and professional identities, but our work is united by the core beliefs that effective teaching is evidence-based and all students deserve equal opportunities to learn. CFs work closely with members of the HMS faculty and administration to develop, deploy, support, and evaluate evidence-based graduate biomedical education and training. A variety of highly individualized professional development opportunities help fellows identify a desired career path and develop the skills and experiences needed to achieve it. Fellows have gone on to careers as teaching faculty, directors of education, leaders within centers for teaching and learning, discipline-based educational researchers, and higher education administrators.
The CFP values a diversity of academic experiences and welcomes applicants from all graduate and postdoctoral institutions. The fellowship is intended for early-career scientist-educators. Applicants should be recent graduates or postdocs with a PhD in a scientific field that prepares them to develop graduate-level curricula specific to the hiring program or department. Current graduate students who expect to receive their degree prior to the start of the fellowship term are welcome to apply. A strong interest in scientific teaching and training are essential for success as a Curriculum Fellow, but significant independent teaching experience is not required. We provide a competitive salary, benefits, and relocation funds.
Application instructions and full job descriptions are available on our website. Please direct all inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.