Course & Clerkship Administrators
For a list of School of Medicine course leaders and staff as well as student educators, maintained by the Office of Undergraduate Medical Education, please reference the faculty - staff list.
Foundations of Medicine 1 (FOM1)
|FM 101: Principles of Human Genetics (PoHG)||Deborah Elliott & Tina Pierce|
|FM 102: Building Working Cells & Tissues (BWCT)||Christina Zollo|
|FM 103: Integrated Case Exercises 1 (ICE/1)||Maxine Schmeidler|
|FM 104: Doctoring Clinical Skills 1 (DCS/1)|
|FM 105: Development, Structure, & Function (DSF)||Michael Sweeney|
|FM 106: Principles of Pharmacology (PoP)|
|FM 107: Cancer Concepts (CAC)||Maryann Bishop-Jodoin|
|FM 108: Host Defense & Blood (HDB)||Deborah Elliott & Tina Pierce|
|FM 109: Infections (INF)||Debra Pellegrino|
|FM 110: Determinants of Health (DOH/1)||Tammy Falla|
|FM 112: Foundations of Health & Disease (FHD)||Deborah Elliott & Tina Pierce|
|Transition to Medical School Curriculum|
Foundations of Medicine 2 (FOM2)
|FM 201: The Brain (BrainNSB/2)||Michael Sweeney|
|FM 202: Patients (PAT/2)||Michelle Santucci|
|FM 203: Integrated Case Exercises 2 (ICE/2)||Maxine Schmeidler|
|FM 204: Doctoring Clinical Skills 2 (DCS/2)|
|FM 210: Determinants of Health, PHC (DOH/2)||Jennifer Masoud|
|FM 211: Organ Systems Diseases (OSD)||Deborah Elliott & Tina Pierce|
Core Clinical Experiences (CCE)
|Family Medicine Clerkship||Karen Rayla|
|Pediatrics Clerkship||Maxine Schmeidler|
|Psychiatry Clerkship||Cindy Snell|
|Medicine Clerkship||Lisa MendesEure|
|Neurology Clerkship||Lois Holmes|
|Surgery Clerkship||Christine Vigeant|
|Obstetrics & Gynocology Clerkship||Madeline Johns|
|Flexible Clinical Experiences (FCE)||Colleen Burnham, Sue Graceffa|
|Interstitial Curriculum (ISCs)|
PURCH track Core Clinical Experiences (CCE-P)
|Family Medicine Clerkship||DIRECTOR (no admin): Stephanie Silverman|
|Pediatrics Clerkship||Bethanie Calvanese|
|Psychiatry Clerkship||Arlyn Perez-Maldonado|
|Medicine Clerkship||Laura Slowick|
|Neurology Clerkship||Maria Ferreira|
|Surgery Clerkship||Margarita Fuentes-Negron|
|Obstetrics & Gynocology Clerkship||Christine Sealander|
Advanced Studies (AS)
|Emergency Clinical Problem Solving (ECPS)||Jeff Abbott|
|Advanced Biomedical & Translational Sciences (ABTS)||Eric Mick|
|Senior Scholars Program||Lilibeth Cortez|
|Capstone Scholarship & Discovery Course||Colleen Burnham|
|Learning Communities||Deb Leger|
|PURCH (Baystate) track||Justin Ayala|
|Global Health Pathway||Lilibeth Cortez|
|Rural Health Pathway||Suzanne Cashman|
|Clinical Translational Research Pathway||Anne Michelson|
|Optional Enrichment Electives||Susan Hogan - COURSE DIRECTOR
Karen Morrissey - administrator
Other Important Contacts
|Academic Instructional Design & Technology (formerly Academic Computing Services)||Contact for Echo360, retroactive BBL access (access to years past), or ExamSoft help.
|Communications Technologies (A/V Services)||
Contact for deskside assistance with equipment i.e. microphones, in-room computers & Zoom connectivity.
|Environmental Building Services (EBS - room setup)||
Contact for room set up i.e. movement of furniture, etc.
Online Exams - General Information
Document outlining protocol for any connectivity issues encountered during the administration of online exams.
The Dean has authorized the department of Undergraduate Medical Education to identify up to 3 additional (i.e. outside of the exam-distributing course) proctors for exams as needed such that there can be one proctor for each room in the iTLC. In order to coordinate this effort and manage the exam, the course must supply at least one proctor familiar with the course and process, identified as the 'Chief Proctor'. This person could be a faculty or staff member who would instruct the students on basic procedure and to be available to answer process questions.
The additional proctors will come from our Standardized Patient program, and new in the AY19-20, the proctor pool has been expanded to include librarians. Their purpose is to circulate around the space periodically, observing student behavior to identify any who seem to be utilizing their laptops out of accordance with test procedures. IT has created some materials to help them become familiar with the look of BBL exams, and we are offering them basic instruction in their proctoring role.
Anyone wishing to use this SP proctor service should please contact the Office of Undergraduate Medical Education (508-856-2285) noting the course name, number of proctors requested, date and time required as well as the location of the exam and the chief course proctor’s name. Please allow one week’s notice whenever possible to facilitate scheduling.