|Clinical Associate Professor|
Faculty who hold clinical titles may be physicians, or health and allied science professionals who may be community-based practitioners, or employees of affiliated organizations or Brown University. Clinical faculty are obligated to provide a minimum 100 hours of annual teaching, advising, mentoring and/or service to their department or to Brown University. Clinician Educators are employees of Brown or of an affiliated organization and are obligated to provide a minimum of 200 hours of annual teaching, advising, mentoring and/or service to their department or to Brown University. These faculty have voting rights only within their department and the Medical School, and/or School of Public Health in accordance with the Faculty Rules and Regulations of Brown University.
Clinical faculty have the prefix, Clinical, before their title, e.g., Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics.
A Clinical Associate Professor is a faculty member who has demonstrated a high level of skill in teaching, advising, and/or mentoring, and as a practitioner, and who has contributed actively to clinical or research programs. The individual must have a regional reputation in his/her area of expertise. Scholarly activity will be given positive consideration. Service to the University, its affiliates or to the profession will be given positive consideration where a substantial role can be documented.
Appointment at this rank is for a term of up to 5 years that may be renewed depending on the needs of the department.
Promotion and Appointment Criteria:
Promotion or appointment to a senior rank on this track are put before the Committee on Medical Faculty Appointments (CMFA). See our Forms and Documents page for a checklist of materials required by CMFA and a faculty self-assessment form.