Proven ability as a teacher, scholar, investigator, administrator, and/or clinician.
Documented participation in the scholarly and academic and/or clinical affairs of the medical school, University, professional organizations, and/or hospitals.
Demonstrated ability to plan, organize, and supervise academic activities and to undertake a variety of teaching, committee, administrative, and/or clinical assignments.
Proven capacity for leadership in the professional and scholarly community.
Recognition as an outstanding academician, scholar, or clinician with a national and/or international reputation is expected.
Evidence of research or scholarly activity, which may be in medical education or clinical service, is required.
Regular publication in peer-reviewed journals significant to the applicant's field is expected with primary or co-authorships.
Evidence of successful competitive funding at the national level or extramural funding of clinical trials, clinical services, or educational training grants and/or contracts is expected.
Demonstration of their status as a nationally-respected contributors to their field of research or clinical specialty.
Ability to lead a research/scholarship group, provide research/scholarship training for junior faculty and/or graduate students, and/or provide leadership in research studies involving clinical trials, community-based research, or clinical services and intervention.