An academic research coach (ARC) focuses on health science professors just getting started in an academic career. Clinical faculty and professionals have vast experience in clinical environments; however, they need a bit more coaching when it comes to a successful scholarship agenda. Even with novice faculty that are mentored by seasoned faculty, there’s often a lack of time and depth to fully guide a new professor. We help all faculty and departments who need support in research professional development.
According to McKinney et al , having an ARC for medically focused faculty is effective in accomplishing meaningful scholarly activity. The study supported 63 projects which included 49 general internal medicine faculty . The ARC return on investment yielded 13 publications, 11 abstracts, four grant submissions, and seven manuscript reviews . Our coaching focuses on establishing a meaningful platform of scholarly activity for health science professors. We help you "mind the gap" between where you are and where you'd like to be with your research:
Dr. McCarroll has 25 years of clinical research experience. Recently, she was the Chief Research Officer & Institutional Official at a health sciences university. She is published in scores of journals indexed on PubMed, PubMed Central, Google Scholar, ResearchGate, Academia, etc. on topics in healthcare, clinical research, space medicine, medical education, higher education, and workforce development.
Her top two CliftonStrengths are execution and relationships. These strengths facilitate programs to capitalize and monetize their ideas to make them happen. Examples include:
“Michele saw potential in me and went out of her way to provide opportunities for me to grow and work according to my strengths and interests. I admire her innovative, strategic approach coupled with care and empathy for others. She is a highly competent leader and expert who focuses on relationships, healthy cultures, and teams.”
- Laurene Enns, MA