Curriculum Mapping and Integration Subcommittee

The Curriculum Mapping and Integration Subcommittee monitors the curriculum hour-by-hour to verify existing content themes and identify new appearances of themes as they arise. 

The committee uses the Navigator curriculum management tool as its primary theme search, identification and mapping engine.  Among their duties is the responsibility to identify unanticipated changes and gaps in the curriculum that could affect the amount of instruction in particular subject areas.  These subjects include broad areas where small changes might go unnoticed (e.g., pathology) and narrower subjects where a small change might dramatically alter the depth to which a subject is covered (e.g., child abuse).

The committee is chaired by two members of the Curriculum Committee and includes other members of the curriculum committee, as well as other faculty, staff, and students with interest in and knowledge of the curriculum across all four years. The committee presents its findings to the Curriculum Committee annually and as needed throughout the year.    

Curriculum Mapping and Integration Subcommittee Mandate


William Walker, PhD
Associate Professor of OBGYN

Stephen Gabrielson, MSLIS
Health Sciences Library System

Francesca Yates, MSLIS
Health Sciences Library System

Marie DeFrances, MD, PhD
Professor in the Department of Pathology 

Deborah DiNardo, MD
Clinical Instructor of Medicine

Ankur Doshi, MD
Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine

Kip Kinchington, PhD
Professor of Ophthalmology, Molecular Genetics and Biochemistry

John Maier, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor of Family Medicine

Louis Rapkin, MD
Associate Professor of Pediatrics

Vaishali Schuchert, MD
Clinical Associate Professor of Surgery and Critical Care Medicine

Melissa Tavarez, MD, MS
Associate Vice Chair of Faculty Development and Assistant Professor of Pediatrics

Eric Hager, MD
Associate Professor of Surgery

Andrew A. McCormick, MD, FAAP
Associate Professor of Pediatrics

Katie Rochelle Maietta, MPPM
Director, Office of Medical Education

Gregory Null, MA
Assistant Director for Assessment and Accreditation