ACG Visiting Professor Network

Deadline extended to Friday, November 14, 2014!

The ACG Institute is proud to provide: The ACG Visiting Professor Network – A Resource for Noted National Speakers on Clinical GI.

GI Training programs have areas of need that are covered in a variety of ways, with outside speakers and guests to help fill those gaps.

Now you can have the American College of Gastroenterology come to you, and have a well-known national expert visit your institution to spend time with your fellows, educate colleagues and visit with young faculty for mentoring at no cost to you. You make the choice of speakers. Please see the link below for materials describing this unique opportunity.

We hope that you take advantage of this program to enhance the education of your fellows, faculty and community colleagues.

Nicholas J. Shaheen, MD, MPH, FACG
ACG Institute Director

Click here to download the Visiting Professor Network application.

To Apply:

The deadline for applications is Friday, November 14, 2014. Complete the application form and send a one-page letter of interest addressed to Nicholas J. Shaheen, MD, MPH, FACG, ACG Institute Director, via email.

Evaluation Criteria:

The ACG Institute aims to support five Visiting Professors in 2014-2015. Applications from North American GI Training programs will be evaluated based on the following criteria:

  • ACG will assess the degree to which the academic institution plans to meet the objective and goals of the ACG Visiting Professor program.
  • ACG aims to support visits to a diverse group of programs, including geographic dispersion.
  • ACG will assess the institution’s commitment to promote the event locally and in particular to coordinate events which could include community GI practitioners, whether through a local gut club event or by inviting them to the GI grand rounds.
  • ACG will assess the institution’s plans to market the program to maximize exposure for visiting faculty and encourage participate by fellows, junior faculty and GI practitioners from the local community.