Welcome to the Tufts University School of Medicine (TUSM) Academic Appointments and Promotions! Before you get started here is some quick information.
Unmodified Track: This is appropriate for a clinician on an academic career track in teaching, investigation and/or leadership. Examples would be clerkship and program directors, those conducting scholarly work, those pursuing leadership positions. These candidates do need to select a prototype.
Research Track: Most will not be in a research track, but for those pursuing this track, Please refer to the TUSM Clinical Appointment Promotion tables if you feel this fits your experience.
Clinical Track: This is appropriate for the majority of our faculty – those who are primarily clinicians and perform limited academic work. Someone who practices and teaches in clinic or on our inpatient services intermittently would be a good example. With this group, the two senior ranks are Clinical Associate Professor and Clinical Professor. No prototypes to consider – thus, a simpler process.
Interested in a Junior Appointment?
- This level of appointment is for new faculty, or faculty who do not currently hold an academic appointment.
- Requires TUSM CV format
- These appointments are made directly by your chief. Talk to your chief to get your appointment initiated.
- Link here for the Clinical Non-compensated Form Revised 2015: Department chiefs are responsible for completing this form
Interested in a Senior Appointment?
For senior level promotions, use the grid below and simply mouse over the track you are interested in for a brief description. Click on that track for more information, including a printable checklist to see if you meet the criteria.
View these videos to learn why academic appointments and promotions are important and to get some tips on making the process easier.