|September 7, 2022 @ 9:00am PST||Addressing and eradicating racism in health care||Virtual event on Sept. 7 at 12 p.m. ET to explore how the academic medicine community is addressing and eradicating systemic racism in health care. Advance registration is required (space is limited).||Register Online|
|October 2, 2022||Book Launch Presentation with Reyna Grande and Maria Amparo Escandón||Panel featuring noted authors Reyna Grande and Maria Amparo Escandón. They will discuss their latest books with moderator and actress Yareli Arizmendi.||More Information|
|October 8, 2022||Hecho con Amor: Honoring the Life Stages of Maize Through Cuisine||LA Plaza Cocina is excited to introduce to you the world of white and purple heirloom corn; representing the stages of life (youth, adult, elder and spirit), this cooking class will activate ancestral and traditional taste memories.||Buy Tickets|
|October 15, 2022||¡JOTERÍA! A Cultural Event||An afternoon highlighting queer Latinx Culture and an evening screening of Bamby Salcedo’s documentary “QueenCiañera”. Food and drinks will be available.||More Information|
|October 13-15, 2022||Mid-Career Minority Faculty Leadership Seminar||3 day in-person meeting in Washington, DC||More Information|
|December 6-9, 2022||Mid-Career Women Faculty Leadership Development Seminar||Eligibility: Women physicians and scientists with an appointment at an AAMC member school of medicine, with a minimum of two years of experience (on/before December 2020) as an Associate Professor. |
The application process for the December 2022 seminar has closed. Due to exceeding capacity, we will not have a waitlist.
Mark your calendars: The application process for the 2023 seminar will open in early August 2023.
|Health care researchers launch DocsWithDisabilities to support the inclusion of disabled individuals in medicine||A new initiative, DocsWithDisabilities, has launched as a first-of-its-kind coordinated effort to systematically improve the inclusion of disabled individuals in health professions education.||More Information|
|AAMC leads amicus brief in support of consideration of race in higher education admissions||The AAMC, along with 45 health professional and educational organizations, has submitted an amicus curiae brief to the U.S. Supreme Court in support of the limited consideration of an applicant’s racial or ethnic background or experiences in higher education admissions.||More Information|