- The SIU-SOM policies for promotion and tenure.
- Tenure Policies and Procedures - SIU Carbondale Web Information
- Basic format for promotion and tenure dossiers.
Guidelines for Appointment of Tenure-Track Faculty with Affiliations in both Tenure-Granting Departments and other SIUSM Academic or Administrative Units.
Conflict of Interest Policy
SIU School of Medicine encourages its employees to participate in sponsored research, to consult widely, and to engage in other activities that may benefit not only the participants but also the medical school and the public. However, while the medical school recognizes the benefits of such activities, it is also committed to ensuring that they are done properly. To this end, the medical school has established policies governing possible conflicts of interest and commitment. Information is available on the COI page: https://coi.siumed.edu
Misconduct in Science Policy- The SIU School of Medicine's policy that defines misconduct in science and describes the procedures for reviewing, investigating, and reporting allegations of misconduct in science.
Research Policy Committee
The primary function of the Research Policy Committee (RPC) is to formulate and execute policies related to research at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine. The RPC also advises the administration on faculty issues pertaining to research. In this capacity the committee initiates policy changes designed to enhance the research environment at the School. To assist in the accomplishment of these objectives, the RPC actively solicits input from the faculty, administrators, and staff.
If you wish to place a research-related issue on a RPC agenda, please contact Ed Gershburg, PhD, Chair of the RPC, at 545-1139, or the Office of the Associate Dean for Research and Faculty affairs at 545-7936.
The RPC meets at 3:30 p.m on the second Monday of the month in the Lincoln Conference Room, Springfield and is video conferenced to Lindegren Room 310, Carbondale and also the Family & Community Medicine Library, Quincy.
Debra Klamen, M.D., MHPE
Associate Dean for Education and Curriculum
Director of Human Resources
The Academy for Scholarship in Education at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine (SIUSOM) at Springfield is focused on collaboration, education, and educational research. Founded in 2005, the Academy has attracted more than 130 members, and continues to grow. The Academy supports the educational and education research mission of the school by ensuring that all faculty, staff, and medical students have access to the resources they need to be successful educators and researchers. The Academy offers professional development (training, educational inquiry and evaluations) to departments, small groups, and individuals.