On-Campus Opportunities

Faculty Development

Faculty Affairs

The Office of Administrative Affairs provides support to faculty, chairs, directors and deans on policies, procedures and developmental programs for faculty.

Promotion & Tenure

The Faculty Tenure and Promotion page on the Admin Affairs website provides guidelines and expectations for promotion and tenure within the College of Medicine (COM) while maintaining consistency with University standards.

  • Kelly A. Best, M.D., FACOG

    Kelly A. Best, M.D., FACOG

    Associate Professor

    Assistant Dean for Faculty Affairs; Program Director, Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency

    Specializes in Obstetrics and Gynecology


Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access

Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access: Inclusion, diversity and equity do not occur along with excellence, but it is integral to the excellence and success of UF Health's mission. Here at the University of Florida College of Medicine – Jacksonville, our mission is to promote diversity and inclusion by cultivating a culture of inclusive excellence where inclusion, diversity, equity and access serve as the foundation for our medical care, education, innovation and research efforts.

  • Madeline M. Joseph, M.D.

    Madeline M. Joseph, M.D.


    Associate Dean for Healthcare Excellence and Organizational Enrichment; Chief, Division of Pediatric Bariatrics

    Specializes in Pediatric Emergency Medicine


Training & Development

The UFJPI Training and Development Center * helps support employees through a variety of online training, instructor led classes, training tutorials, resource links and much more!

  • Photo unavailable for Dan Kurmaskie, MBA

    Dan Kurmaskie, MBA

  • Bryce McNair, MA

    Bryce McNair, MA


Contact: Email Dan.Kurmaskie@jax.ufl.edu or Bryce.Mcnair@jax.ufl.edu

  • 2020 Workforce Resilience Webinar Series with CME
  • In‐person Workshops
  • Intact Team Training
  • LEAP
  • STEP Program
  • STRIVE (Elective Training Schedule)
  • STRIVE Management Leadership Training

Office of Educational Affairs

The Office of Educational Affairs (OEA) is responsible for the management and oversight of graduate medical education at the UF College of Medicine – Jacksonville. The office also provides a faculty development program designed to enhance the expertise and skills of the UF College of Medicine – Jacksonville faculty.

Accreditation and Faculty Development Sessions

Office of Research Affairs

The UF Health Science Center Jacksonville Office of Research Affairs is part of the Division of Sponsored Programs located in Gainesville, Florida and provides a wide variety of research-related support.

Research Training and Research Funding

Center for Research Training

The Center for Research Training at the University of Florida College of Medicine – Jacksonville provides comprehensive training in clinical and translational research to faculty, trainees and students in order to develop the next generation of highly collaborative clinical researchers who will advance the science of medicine and transform health care.

    Contact: Email CRTJax@jax.ufl.edu

    Center for Data Solutions

    The Center for Data Solutions works to support research at all stages, from ideas and study design to analytics and publication, with the ultimate goal of generating innovative ways to improve patient outcomes.

    • Jennifer N. Fishe, M.D.

      Jennifer N. Fishe, M.D.

      Associate Professor

      Assistant Dean for Research Affairs; Associate Medical Director, Pediatric Emergency Medicine

      Specializes in Emergency Medicine; Pediatric Emergency Medicine


    Jacksonville Aging Studies Center (JAX‐ASCENT)

    The Jacksonville Aging Studies Center (JAX‐ASCENT) serves as a hub for groundbreaking research on aging in Northeast Florida. It offers a Junior Scholar grant program to UF clinical and basic science researchers who are junior faculty or postdoctoral associates.

    Employee Wellness Center

    The Employee Wellness Center * is here to help you be your healthiest self. The mission of the Employee Wellness Center is to promote a culture of wellness for UF Health Jacksonville employees that encourages work-life effectiveness and creates an optimal environment for patient healing and satisfaction. The center offers a variety of resources, classes, and programs designed to meet your needs.

    • Mark S. McIntosh, M.D., M.P.H.

      Mark S. McIntosh, M.D., M.P.H.

      Associate Professor

      Medical Director, Palliative Care; Medical Director, UF Health Corporate Wellness

      Specializes in Emergency Medicine; Pediatric Emergency Medicine


    Center for Healthy Minds and Practice (CHaMP)

    The UF Health Center for Healthy Minds and Practice (CHaMP) * was established to meet the growing needs of wellness and mental health support in a safe, confidential environment. CHaMP’s mission is to provide behavioral health resources for all UF Health faculty, staff and residents.

    • David J. Chesire, Ph.D.

      David J. Chesire, Ph.D.

      Associate Professor

      Director, Center for Healthy Minds and Practice

      Specializes in Psychology


    Contact: Email CHaMP@jax.ufl.edu

    * Sites with this red asterisk are available only for physicians and staff. If you are not accessing this website from your user account on campus, please note you will need to sign in using your network login (the same one used to access your workstation/pc on campus) to access this information.