Psychiatry and
Behavioral Sciences

Faculty Affairs Contacts

Gore-Felton Cheryl Gore-Felton, Ph.D.
Associate Chair of Academic Affairs and Faculty Development
Phone: (650) 725-5593
cgore@stanford.edu

Academic Profile

 


 

Heather KennaHeather Kenna
Faculty Affairs Administrator
401 Quarry Road, Room 2360
Phone: (650) 724-0521
hkenna@stanford.edu

- Professoriate Faculty Actions
- Adjunct Clinical Faculty Actions
- Faculty Recruitment & Searches


 

Mindy H Mindy Hantke
Faculty Affairs Administrator
401 Quarry Road, Room 3338
Phone: (650) 723-8252
mhantke@stanford.edu

- Clinician/Educator & C/E (Affiliated) Faculty Actions
- Consulting Faculty Actions
- Instructor & Instructor (Affiliated) Actions
- Visiting Scholar & Visiting Faculty Actions

         

Mission Statement

The Faculty Affairs team supports and assists the faculty of the Department in their career development and academic advancement. We work to facilitate the appointment, retention, and promotion of the Department's faculty members, acting as a liaison to the School of Medicine (SOM) Office of Academic Affairs. We strive to educate our unique and diverse faculty about the guidelines, requirements and criteria of the SOM Faculty Handbook as they are applied to their specific situations.

Appointment

Individuals from outside institutions or in the local community who are interested in academic appointment should first establish a commitment by a member or members of the Department’s Professoriate or Clinician Educator Faculty to support their nomination and programmatic need. Please visit the Department website to learn more about the faculty and their clinical and research programs: http://psychiatry.stanford.edu

Adjunct Clinical Faculty (ACF)

The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences has a long and rich history of affiliation with local clinicians who provide meritorious contributions to our teaching, clinical care, and research programs on a voluntary basis as Adjunct Clinical Instructors, Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professors, Adjunct Clinical Associate Professors, and Adjunct Clinical Professors. Members of the ACF receive campus benefits, such as library and facility access, and are expected to make service contributions approximately equivalent to 100 hours per year.

All members of the ACF must demonstrate a high level of professional performance and a desire and aptitude for participation in the academic programs. Licensure in California and doctoral level training are generally required, and certification by a specialty or other certifying board is generally required for appointment or promotion to the rank of Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor or above.

Individuals interested in joining the Department’s ACF must first establish a commitment by a member or members of the Department’s regular faculty to support their nomination and programmatic need.

Current ACF members may access guidelines and annual required forms at the ACF Association website: http://acf-association.stanford.edu

Clinician Educator and Clinician Educator Affiliated Faculty

Clinician Educators are essential to the department, as they provide care to patients in our clinics and teach innovative clinical medicine to our students, residents, and fellows.

The affiliated Clinician Educators, employed at our affiliated institutions, provide patient care and clinical teaching that advances the missions of the Stanford University Medical Center. Clinician Educators are highly qualified, licensed M.D.s (or equivalent medical degree) or Ph.Ds. Individuals interested in joining the Department’s affiliated CE faculty should consult their department chair for more information.

Current CE faculty may access guidelines and related forms at the Office of Academic Affairs website: http://med.stanford.edu/academicaffairs/handbook/chapt8_TOC.html

Consulting Faculty

Consulting Faculty are individuals who hold a doctoral degree and are employed in business, industry, or government, or are retired from an academic institution, and who wish to visit Stanford. Individuals interested in joining the Department’s as a consulting faculty member must first establish a commitment by a member or members of the Department’s regular faculty to support their nomination and programmatic need.

Visiting Faculty

Visiting Faculty are individuals who hold a doctoral degree and an academic appointment at another institution and who wish to visit Stanford while on leave from their home institution. Individuals interested in joining the Department’s as a visiting faculty member must first establish a commitment by a member or members of the Department’s regular faculty to support their nomination and programmatic need.

Visiting Scholars

Visiting Scholars have a doctoral degree or recognized expertise in their field and wish to visit Stanford from an outside institution or organization. Individuals interested in joining the Department’s as a visiting scholar must first establish a commitment by a member or members of the Department’s regular faculty to support their nomination and programmatic need.

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