Appointments and Promotions

Performance Review and Administrative Review
  • P&I Performance Period Review Form
    All long-term faculty members employed by Washington University at the Instructor and Assistant Professor levels on all tracks have a period annual performance review. This policy does not apply to fellows who are given instructor level appointments. These reviews will occur in the department(s) in which the faculty member has the primary or dual appointment. Associate Professors have a period performance review at least every two years, and Full Professors have a period performance review at least every three years.
  • P & I Administrative Annual Review Form
    All faculty at all ranks will receive an annual administrative review. For those who have period reviews, that can serve as the administrative review.
  • Preparing for your Period Performance Review Workshop slides 2021
    Workshop recording upon request from Janet Braun
WUSM CV/Interfolio and Clinician Tract Impact Report (CTIR)
University Resources

Professional Development

Professional Skills
P & I Faculty Development Seminar Archives

*To request program recordings, please contact Janet Braun.


  • Introduction to Interfolio, January | (*recorded)
  • Key Steps in Translating Research into an Entrepreneurial Success, February | Slides (*recorded)
  • Clinician Track Impact Impact Report (replaces Clinician Educator Portfolio) Seminar, March | Slides (*recorded)
  • Surveillance and Mitigation of Plagiarism in Academic Publishing, May 2024 | Slides *recorded


  • Interviewing and Hiring Best Practices, November | Slides (*recorded)
  • Effective Graphical Abstracts, October | Slides (*recorded)
  • Academic Time Management, September | Slides
    How to access the free webinar:
    *Go to NCFDD Website
    *Go to activate your membership
    *Choose WUSTL
    *Activate your Membership
    *Choose Core Curriculum Skill #4 (Mastering Time Management) webinar
  • Self-Care While Caring for Others, August | Slides (*recorded)
  • Compliance Training: Making sense of Learn@Work, July | slides (*recorded)
  • New Employee Orientation, July 2023 | Slides
  • Finding Funding for your Project, June 2023 | Slides pending
  • Managing Your Expectations Through Effective Communication with Administrative Assistants, May 2023 | Slides
  • Managing Project Funding: Research Administration, Feb 2023 | Slides
  • Budgeting and Managing Your Project Funding Seminar, Jo Anne Humphries and Stephanie Paton, February 2023 | Slides (*recorded)


  • The Science of Team Science, Doug Luke, PhD, November 2022 | Slides | White Paper
  • 2022 New Faculty Orientation, August 2022 | Slides
  • Writing Letters of Recommendations, May | Slides
  • Journal Club: Promoting Mental Health and Productivity within labs, March 2022 | White Paper
  • The IBC Safety Committee: What its role & Preparing a Successful Protocol, Feb


  • Navigating Workplace Envy: Sophonie Jean, PhD, November 2021 | Slides
  • Promoting Pathology through Social Media: Dr. Maren Fuller, August 31, 2021 | Slides
  • 2021 OFD New Faculty Orientation | Slides
  • Planning Your Negotiation Strategy presented by Ann Gronowski, PhD, July 2021 | Slides (*recorded)
  • Engaging with Conflict Constructively; Jessica Kuchta-Miller, JD from WUSTL Office of Staff Ombuds; June 2021 | Slides and materials (not recorded)
  • LGM Grand Rounds, “Inclusion, Diversity and Gender Equity are Key Elements of Academic Success” presented by Victoria Fraser, MD, May 2021 | List of references related to diversity from the presentation
  • Grant Dos & Don’ts presented by Karen Dodson, May 2021 | Slides & Resources (*recorded)
  • Managing your use of times series presented by Susan Johnson, MD, April 2021 | Recordings and supplemental materials
  • Preparing for Your Annual Review: March 2, 2021 | Slides (*recorded)
  • Strategies for Successful Publication: February 2021 | Slides (*recorded)
  • If giving feedback is a gift, why is it so hard to give and receive? A panel discussion: February 9, 2021 (*recorded)
  • New Faculty Orientation: January 28, 2021 | Slides


  • Effective Mentorship: Consultant, Counselor, Cheerleader: November 2020 | Slides (*recorded)
  • Giving and Receiving Feedback, Sarah Bean, MD, Duke University School of Medicine, Pathology: WUSM LGM Grand Rounds, October 29, 2020 | Video recording | Paper
    Suggested Reading: Thanks for the Feedback by Douglas Stone and Sheila Heen
  • IRB: Frequently Asked Questions: October 2020 | Slides (*recorded)
  • Writing Letters or Recommendations: July 2020 | Slides (*recorded)

Policies, Guidelines and Professional Support

University Policies
Professional Support