The Faculty Affairs Office serves as a resource to faculty with respect to their professional careers at Morehouse School of Medicine.

The Faculty Affairs Office has three primary goals:

  1. To ensure fair and consistent treatment of faculty according to the rules of Morehouse School of Medicine;
  2. To assist departments in recruitment, orientation, faculty development, promotion and retention of faculty and scholars;
  3. Oversee the processing of all faculty personnel matters and establish, integrate and implement policies and procedures.



Employment Applications

Other Resources

Bylaws of the Faculty

Clinical Academic Faculty Application

Standard CV Format


Summary of Bylaw Changes

Basic Science Faculty Application

Copyright Registration


FAPC Process and Policies

MMA Physicians Agreement

IP Contribution Form

FAPC FY13 Deadline Dates

Transcript Request IP Disclosure Form  
Faculty Handbook
Due Diligence Form  

Evaluation Process  
Career Development Form  
Secondary Basic Evaluation  

2013 Competencies & Metrics
2013 Activity Plan  
FARs Faculty Memo      
FARs Chair Memo  
Basic Science FAR      
Clinical FAR  
Chair Evaluation of Faculty      
Annual Report  



Appendix I-Scientific Misconduct

Appendix XI-FAPC-Process and Policies

Appendix II-Faculty Agreements

Appendix XII-Policy for the transfer of grants/equipment

Appendix III-Due Process Procedures Governing Faculty Dismissal for Just Cause

Appendix XIII-Relocation Expenses

Appendix IV-Institutional Policy on Faculty Sabbatical Leave

Appendix XIV-Teacher/Learner Relationships

Appendix V-Unresolved Grievance

Appendix XV-Blood Borne Pathogens

Appendix VI-Statement on Faculty Industry Research Relations

Appendix XVI-Impaired Faculty

Appendix VII-Patent Policy (Patents and Royalties)

Appendix XVII-Educational Use of Copyrighted Works

Appendix VIII-Intellectual Property (Copyrights and Royalties)

Appendix XVIII-Licensure Policy

Appendix IX-Involvement of Faculty in New Policies

Appendix X-Policy for integrity and the responsible conduct of scholarship and research