http://com-faculty-affairs.sites.medinfo.ufl.edu/files/2011/02/Limacher_Marian-20102.jpg The Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development is a resource for all College of Medicine faculty. We offer guidance and opportunities for incoming and current faculty, as well as details regarding the College of Medicine, the University of Florida and the Gainesville community.

You will find helpful information, answers to frequently asked questions related to faculty needs and career goals within our College, as well as the many benefits of employment at the University of Florida. Also, you will find information about promotion and tenure, development programs, college and campus resources, in addition to opportunities for participation in upcoming seminars, new faculty orientation meetings and "Meet and Greet" sessions with the Dean.

Please use the "Contact Us" form below to submit comments and questions. If you wish to schedule an appointment, feel free to give us a call. We're here to help!


Marian C. Limacher, M.D.
Senior Associate Dean
Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development
College of Medicine

Upcoming Events

Work/Life Integration – December 10, 2014

Dr. Tom Huber and Dr. Ana Shaw will lead an interactive session on “Work/Life Integration.” Participants will discuss factors contributing to personal and professional success and burnout, management of work/life […]

Faculty Enhancement Opportunity Grants – December 17, 2014

Faculty Enhancement Opportunity Grants (FEOs) are an excellent way to get funding to learn a new skill, develop a new research direction, and so much more. Dr. David Quillen’s lecture […]

Creating and Publishing Educational Scholarship – December 18, 2014

Dr. Erik Black will present a workshop that will walk you through the first stages of academic writing, including planning your time starting to write, editing and proofreading your work. […]

Join us at Upcoming Medical Education Journal Club Meetings

This program aims to increase faculty members’ awareness of trends in medical education.  Each month, a College of Medicine faculty facilitator presents an overview of one to three articles from […]