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Clinical Faculty

The department grants clinical appointments only to those who provide evidence of significant, substantive contributions to the pre- and post-doctoral educational programs of Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. We also hope to identify those physicians who are teaching our students but who currently have not been given a clinical appointment.

Because the department wants to assure that its recommendations are appropriate and warranted, re-application forms will continue to be closely scrutinized as to the applicant's current contributions to the college's academic programs. To this end, it may be helpful for you to keep a written record of the specific students assigned to your service, dates of these clerkships, and other contract hours during the current year that you have with students. Examples include, but are not limited to, dates and subject of presented lectures, grand rounds, morning reports, seminars, and journal clubs.

The college and the Department of Osteopathic Surgical Specialties are committed to providing a curriculum of excellence for pre- and post-doctoral students and are indebted to those who offer their time, energy, knowledge, and expertise to render quality educational experiences for our students.