Office of Academic and Faculty Affairs

The University of Colorado School of Medicine and Children’s Hospital Colorado are large institutions whose success depends on excellence in our faculty missions of education, clinical care, research and discovery, and service. We know that our faculty are the most valuable resource in maintaining our nationally respected leadership position among pediatric academic medical centers.

The Department of Pediatrics Office of Academic and Faculty Affairs offers support services and career guidance, and maintains helpful information for faculty regarding appointments, policies, and promotion and tenure. We hope our efforts assist faculty members in setting meaningful goals and in pursuing paths to successful, fulfilling careers.

Academic and Faculty Affairs Calendar

To access previous event videos, presentations, and handouts, please visit our CHCO Sharepoint site.

PRiSM Perplexity: How to Use PRiSM to Your Advantage

| 12:00 PM - 01:30 PM

Please join the Office of Academic and Faculty Affairs for an interactive event on tailoring PRiSM to your specific career. The same event will be held on two days:

September 15

12:00 – 1:30 p.m.


Please use this form to register by 9/13/2021


11:30 Tailoring Your PRiSM Routing, Software Overview, Q & A

Justin Lotspeich, MA, Faculty Affairs Coordinator, DOP PRiSM Liaison

11:40 Goal Setting and General Advice

Andrew Sirotnak, MD, Vice Chair for Faculty Affairs

12:00 – 1:00

Breakout: Tailoring PRiSM for Non-promotion-track, APP, and Clinical Faculty

Andrew Sirotnak, MD, Vice Chair for Faculty Affairs

Breakout: Tailoring PRiSM for Promotion-track Junior Faculty

            Adam Green, MD, Associate Professor, Hem/Onc

            Vijaya Knight, MD, PhD, Associate Professor, Allergy/Immunology

            Margarita Saenz, MD, Associate Professor of Clinical Practice, Genetics


Breakout: Tailoring PRiSM for Research Faculty

Janet Snell-Bergeon, PhD, MPH, Associate Professor, Barbara Davis Center

Patricia Gesualdo, MPH, RN, Research Instructor, Barbara Davis Center