Professional Opportunities

Computational Genomics Course

This week-long intensive course for biologists and clinicians, organized by the Mayo Clinic and Illinois Alliance, covers the basics of computational genomics while integrating the latest technologies and computational methodologies. University of Illinois faculty teach lectures and lead hands-on laboratory exercises in a variety of subject areas, including genome sequencing and assembly, polymorphism and variant analysis, epigenomics, and visualization for the clinic.

Visit the Computational Genomics Course website for more information.
 

J. Wayne and Delores Barr Weaver Simulation Center at Mayo Clinic Florida - Jacksonville, Florida

Simulation Education Fellowship

The Simulation Fellowship is open to health professionals to include physicians, nurses, pharmacists or allied health professionals seeking advanced training in Simulated Medical Education. This Fellowship will provide the participant with the skills necessary to design, implement, manage and assess simulated educational programs. This program will prepare the participant for a leadership position in medical education and for a medical simulation directorship position. The primary site of Simulation Based Education is the Mayo Clinic Florida J. Wayne and Delores Barr Weaver Simulation Center.

This one-year fellowship in medical simulation will, through experiential, didactic, and formalized graduate education, provide the participant with the skills necessary to conceive, design, develop, implement, manage, and assess programs utilizing medical simulation in their curricula.  The goal of the fellowship is to prepare the participant to enter the next phase of his or her academic career at a leadership level.

The prospective candidate will have completed an advanced level degree in the field of medicine, nursing, pharmacy or other allied health disciplines.  Familiarization with simulation based medical education will be used as a factor for consideration in the selection process although not required. Prior work related experience in the areas of research, patient safety, information management and education are preferred in support of this role.   

If interested in this opportunity, please contact Gene Richie at richie.eugene@mayo.edu to complete the Mayo Clinic application for consideration.

Click here to download the application.