School of Medicine Awarded $25,000 American Medical Association Innovation Grant

January 10, 2024 by

American Medical Association logoThe UVA School of Medicine received a $25,000 one-year education grant from the American Medical Association (AMA) this fall and will join the AMA ChangeMedED Consortium — a group committed to developing, implementing, and disseminating bold, innovative projects that promote systemic change to better train future physicians.

Awardees of the grant will focus on the application of precision education across the medical education continuum, from medical school and residency to continuing medical education. Our School of Medicine team project is titled “Competency-based medical education with precision: An integrated, data-driven, learner-centered model of progression.”

Congratulations to the following grant team members:

  • Michael Ryan, MD, Co-Principal Investigator
  • Andrew Parsons, MD,  Co-Principal Investigator
  • Meg Keeley, MD
  • Megan Bray, MD
  • Karen Warburton, MD
  • Greg Young, MD
  • Elizabeth Bradley, PhD
  • Jim Martindale, PhD
  • Michael Szul
  • Jessica Greenfield, PhD


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