Curriculum Vitae (CV)
The Harvard Medical School's Curriculum Vitae for Academic Advancement, along with letters from internal and external referees and examples of scholarly work, provides
the major evidence used during the evaluation of candidates for promotion. Therefore, accurate and
complete reporting of contributions and achievements in the CV is essential.
The Harvard CV format is specifically designed to capture achievements recognized by the criteria. The website for the CV can be found at http://fa.hms.harvard.edu/faculty-medicine-cv-guidelines/.
Though several documents are still to be added, faculty can now access the Word-based templates for preparing their CVs, including a template with preformatted tables and hyperlinks to instructions for each section.
The Center for Faculty Development has previously offered seminars on CVs. Below are links to the resources/handouts available from each session:
- Practical Approaches to the new HMS/HSDM CV format
Click here to view a video recorded session presented by Mary C. Walsh, PhD, Program Director, Faculty Appointment, HMS Office of Faculty Affairs
- Preparing Your CV in the HMS Format
Click here to view a video recorded session facilitated by Theodore Stern, MD, Director of the Office for Clinical Careers, Professor of Psychiatry in the field of Psychosomatic Medicine/Consultation at HMS, and Chief of the Avery D. Weisman, MD, Psychiatry Consultation Service
- How to Format the HMS CV
Click here to
view the CV guidelines on the Harvard Medical School's website. The website contains the guidelines/instructions and MS Word templates of the CV.
- Crafting Your CV Narrative
Click here to view video recorded session facilitated by Theodore Stern, MD, Director of the Office for Clinical Careers, Professor of Psychiatry in the field of Psychosomatic Medicine/Consultation at HMS, and Chief of the Avery D. Weisman, MD, Psychiatry Consultation Service
Click here to view a copy of the handouts from one of the sessions