Department of Medicine Announces 3rd Annual Recipients of Clinician-Educator Faculty GrantsDepartment of Medicine Jan 29, 2020
Elizabeth Kudron, MD, MPH is an Assistant Professor of Medicine (Division of Bioinformatics & Personalized Medicine). She will use her PACE funding to create fully online Graduate Certificate Program in Personalized Medicine. Content developed for the certificate program will be adapted to create an online, post-graduate curriculum on Implementing Genomics in Clinical Care (IGCC). Program participants, DOM, and SOM are anticipated to benefit from the development of this curricula and program through the enhanced ability to remain informed about the rapidly developing field of Personalized Medicine.
Alexis Tumolo, MD is an Assistant Professor of Medicine (Division of Cardiology). Her PACE funding will support the creation of CU Cardiac Simulation Experience (CUCSE), an innovative, multimodal, hands-on curriculum intervention for trainees in general cardiology and cardiac electrophysiology. The curriculum design will be based on needs identified by current and past fellows, and ACGME competency requirements. Individual curricular elements will encompass a broad variety of clinical knowledge and procedural skills, with direct subjective and objective feedback to the learner with each activity.The PACE program provides each Scholar with a year of support to be used for medical education research, innovative program development in education, salary support and/or career development of the Scholar.
Applications are now open for the 2020-2021 PACE Scholar.