The dream of a four-year medical school in Camden has finally become a reality, thanks in no small measure to the dedication, perseverance, and hard work of our faculty. In our mission, we describe a scientific and scholarly community in which inclusivity, excellence in patient care, innovative teaching, research, and service to the community are valued. At the heart of our scientific and scholarly community is our faculty. We embrace the core values of a commitment to: diversity, personal mentorship, professionalism, collaboration and mutual respect, civic responsibility, patient advocacy, and lifelong learning. Our faculty is a precious resource. We are committed to supporting the personal and professional growth and development of each and every member of our faculty. We hope that you will find the materials and offerings posted on this portion of our website useful as you journey along your career path at CMSRU. I encourage you to become actively involved as we continue to develop CMSRU as a leader in medical education, research, and innovative programs that meet the needs and challenges of patient care in the 21st century.
Annette C. Reboli, MD
|Director of Faculty Affairs and Educational Operations
Rachael J. Berget, MEd
Director of Faculty Affairs and Educational Operations
In her role as the Director of Faculty Affairs and Educational Operations at CMSRU, Ms. Berget will be responsible for all aspects of faculty affairs and faculty development. Her duties include: helping to recruit clinical and basic science faculty; identifying faculty for key roles at CMSRU; developing contracts and agreements as requested by the Vice Dean; assuring that the procedures for faculty appointment, reappointment, promotion, and tenure and re-contracting are followed; organizing and staffing faculty development programs.
Ms. Berget received her Bachelor of Science in Business Education from the University of Houston, and her M.Ed., with a specialization in Higher Education Administration, from the University of Pittsburgh. Her Master’s thesis was entitled, “The Effect of Managed Care on Graduate Medical Education.” She completed her course work for her Ed.D. in Higher Education Management at the University of Pittsburgh and the University of Pennsylvania. From 2007 to 2014, Ms. Berget was the Associate Director of Faculty Professional Development in the Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania.