Undergraduate Medical Education

Program Director: Carl Germann, MD
Contact: germac@mmc.org
Teaching Format: Didactic, Team-based Coaching
Learner Type: New Class of Maine Track Medical Students
Estimated Time Commitment: ~ 1 hour sessions

The purpose of Maine Track Orientation is to allow incoming students an introduction to key values and curricular themes of the Tufts Maine Track program. Over a one-week period, we expect student to obtain familiarity with:

  • Their fellow students (Cow Island experience)
  • Maine faculty
  • The Maine Track Curriculum
  • Healthcare in Maine
  • Team Dynamics – both within medical education and Healthcare delivery


Carl Germann, MD

Carl Germann, MD

Dr. Germann is the Director of the Tufts Maine Track Program Orientation, EBM, and 4th year curriculum, Assistant Program Director and Core Faculty Member MMC Emergency Medicine Residency Program, Academy Fellow into the Academy at the MMC Institute for Teaching Excellence and Associate Professor/Clinician Educator, Tufts University School of Medicine.

Carl was born and raised in central Illinois.  After graduating from the University of Illinois in 2002, he moved to Maine for the EM Residency Program.  Dr. Germann is currently (2017) finishing a Masters in Health Professions Education (MHPE) and living on the West End in Portland, Maine.