The mission of the Educational Innovation Institute (EII) at Medical College of Georgia is to champion excellence and innovation in health sciences education and educational scholarship that enhances learning and develops educational leaders locally and globally.
The MCG Office of Faculty Development is here to assist you in your role as an educator as well as your role as an MCG faculty member. We have developed resources that will assist you in this process. If you need additional help please:
Medical Student Scholarly Project at the Medical College of Georgia offers the opportunity for all medical students in good academic standing to become engaged in a scholarly project, in close mentorship with faculty who are nationally and internationally distinguished scientists, clinicians, and academic scholars.
Here at the Medical College of Georgia, you have the services of a professionally trained, board-certified medical illustrator available. A medical illustrator integrates medical science and art to create unique, engaging visuals to teach and inform a particular audience. Working with a medical illustrator provides you with original works that can be tailored to your specific needs, thereby avoiding copyright issues that arise from using other people's works.
Consultations may occur once or on multiple occasions, and in some cases, may result in long-term, productive collaborations. We assist individuals at all stages of their medical education career development and at all levels of health science educator and educational research experience. To ensure that we have the capacity for the maximum number of requests possible, MCG faculty are limited to five (5) hours per academic year of free consultation across EII consultation services.