FUEGO: UCSF Faculty at UCSF Expanding Growth & Opportunities

The UCSF FUEGO program is a faculty/fellow development program that enhances UCSF’s ability to recruit, retain, and promote Latinx and other URM faculty and fellows. The program serves UCSF Watson Scholars/other URM fellows and junior faculty yearly. It consists of a one-year program composed of Five, Half-Day Careers-In-Progress sessions throughout the year.

The UCSF FUEGO program is led by UCSF LCOE faculty Dr. Kirsten Bibbins-DomingoDr. Alicia Fernández, Dr. Beth Harleman and Dr. Meshell Johnson

For more information on FUEGO please contact:

Carlo Juárez, Program Coordinator
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (415) 206-4053

FUEGO Curriculum & Schedule 2019-2020


Session I: Monday, August 19, 2019



What I wish I had known when I started as a Watson scholar” Near Pear Mentoring Panel with the Graduating Watson Scholar Cohort


Looking Forward/Upcoming Sessions & Clinician Educator Faculty: Career Milestone


Looking Forward/Upcoming Session Discussion & Research Faculty: Writing Productivity


Networking Lunch


Monday, September 30, 2019

Tuesday, Novemeber 12, 2019

Monday, Februrary 3, 2020

Monday, April 6, 2020


Click here to read more about the UCSF John A. Watson Faculty Scholars. 

The Watson Faculty Scholars application is now open and closes March 20, 2020. 

Click here for application instructions