Dr. Nalin’s tenure in the AAMC position lasts six years, serving as director-elect, director and as a mentor to the next incoming director.
“This new role is a logical step for Peter, given his long history in leadership education, faculty professional development, and graduate medical education here. The IU School of Medicine has a national reputation for its leadership volunteers. I’m very pleased that Peter is pursuing this critical role with the AAMC,” said medical school Dean D. Craig Brater, M.D., who nominated Dr. Nalin for the position.
The 40-hour course, organized by the AAMC Group on Resident Affairs, is designed to help participants fulfill their responsibilities as graduate medical education leaders and designated institutional officials. The course is offered exclusively to academic leaders in AAMC-member medical schools and teaching hospitals who manage the institutional environment for residents and fellows.