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Appointment & Promotions

Promotion at Hopkins: Principles and Process (SOM Faculty Only)

Sponsored by the Office of Faculty Development (OFD)

Speakers: APPC and PPC Chair and Co-Chair

Become informed about the promotions process at Johns Hopkins school of Medicine from the Chairs of the Full and Associate Professor Promotions Committees. In this session, you will learn how to structure your CV and prepare it in the format expected by departmental and SOM promotions committees.You will also learn about the typical content seen in CVs of those who are promoted to Associate and Full Professor and how the two committees process and evaluate your nomination for promotion. At the end of the session, you will be well informed about the promotions process at the SOM, the requirements for academic promotion, the purpose of the dean’s letter, the H-index, the Nomination Manager, utility of the educator’s and program builder’s portfolio and what is NRIP. Following the presentations, there will be a Q/A session.

  1. APPC Recorded Session      PPC Recorded Session
  2. Professorial Promotions Committee (PPC) Slides
  3. Associate Professor Promotions Committee (APPC) Slides

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Promotion and Tenure - CV Samples and Chairs' Letters for Promotion

Please email Karen Parkent for questions regarding formatting your CV.

VIDEO: Dr. Andrew Lee Reviews the New CV Template

Examples of CVs for Promotion (Current Required Format)

Edward J. Bernacki, M.D., M.P.H.

Margaret S. Chisolm, MD

Peter Espenshade, Ph.D

Andrew Josef Ewald, PhD

Nancy Hutton, M.D

Charles J. Love, MD

Thomas Alan Nakagawa, MD

Nicholas Theodore, MS, MD, FAANS, FACS

Antonio C. Wolff, M.D.


Successful CVs for Promotion

These CVs include some sections that are no longer necessary.

Examples of Chairs' Letters for Promotion

Example of Optional CV Impact Supplement 

Example of Citations

"Tips for CVs for Promotion"

Additional Information and Useful Links


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