The LGBT Office was established in 2014 to enhance diversity inclusion while fostering an open, affirming, and welcoming community for LGBT students, staff, faculty, trainees, and fellows at Harvard Medical Schooland Harvard School of Dental Medicine (HMS/HSDM). Our goal is to identify key areas of importance, programmatic interventions, and resources that support LGBT issues. We collaborate with relevant offices and programs within HMS/HSDM, Harvard University, and the broader community to build an inclusive environment. The LGBT Advisory Committee advises the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine on key priorities that address issues of importance to the HMS/HSDM LGBT community.
LAHMS and The LGBT Office are very proud to present the latest version of the OutList. This is a list of faculty, trainees, and staff throughout the HMS affiliated system who have volunteered to be available to LGBTQ medical students for mentoring, career advice, shadowing, research, LGBTQ patient care, or other opportunities.
Students: Check out the Mentoring at HMS website for short videos, articles and other advice for working with faculty. Consider speaking with a staff member at the Office of Recruitment and Multicultural Affairs (ORMA) or Office for Diversity Inclusion and Community Partnership (DICP) to determine the best way to use this list for your career success.
Faculty, trainees and staff: Send changes or updates to your listing to Jessica Halem: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are a faculty, staff or trainee at HMS or one of the affiliated institutions and would like to add yourself to the OutList, please fill out the form HERE.
This list is made up of LGBTQ members of HMS who have given permission to list their names publicly. Please reference the eCommons database for contact information.
This list is to be used for professional purposes only. Information contained in this list may have changed and students should confirm details before reaching out to faculty.
IN THE NEWS / ANNOUNCEMENTS
"How Should Physicians Refer When Referral Options are Limited for Transgender Patients?", an article by LGBT Program Manager Jessica Halem was published in the November 2016 issue of AMA Journal of Ethics.