The Graduate Medical Education Office supports the development of our residents and faculty in order to help them achieve success throughout their professional careers. GME Office focuses on supporting cutting-edge research, clinical excellence and learning environments, and groundbreaking innovations.

Resident & Fellow Research

The objective of the research committee is to create a multidisciplinary and collaborative environment to support research and scholarly activity, which may include discovery, integration, application, and teaching, within the graduate medical education office. Our residents and fellows are supported by their program faculty, program directors to help select topics, get the resources they need, and see projects through from inception to publication. Additionally, they are given 24/7 access to the hospital library, prominent medical journals and clinical databases that they can use to diversify and validate their work. Our residents and fellows meet or exceed the standards for scholarly activity set by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).

CME Conferences

Every year LECOM hosts two CME Conferences that residents and fellows may attend for free. Lectures are taught by the LECOM Clinical Faculty. The objective of the conferences is to share advances in medical education, clinical reasoning, improvement in healthcare delivery and patient outcomes.


Grand Rounds

Grand rounds are a methodology of medical education and inpatient care, consisting of presenting the medical problems and treatment of a particular patient to an audience consisting of doctors, pharmacists, residents, and medical students. It was first conceived by clinicians as a way for junior colleagues to round on patients. Grand Rounds meets every 3rd Thursday of the month via Zoom. To partcipate in the grand rounds monthly presentations, contact Laurie Mahoney at

Faculty Development

Faculty Development creates and supports education, training and professional development, and growth for our education community across the continuum of medical education. Faculty Development meets every 3rd Thursday at 7:45am via Zoom. To partcipate in the grand rounds monthly presentations, contact Laurie Mahoney at