My Profile

The New My Profile

To get a better understanding of who our members are and what they need, the Alliance has enhanced the My Profile feature. AAIM asks you to share information about yourself so that leaders and staff can make better decisions about new and existing products and services provided to support members on a day to day basis as well as increase inclusiveness at the Alliance.

How will sharing my information help the Alliance?

By better understanding our members, AAIM can use actual data to advocate for equity and equality at all levels of academic internal medicine and beyond. AAIM can also build stronger and more inclusive online and in-person communities for networking and resource development.

How do I find My Profile?

What is new and enhanced?

Gender and Race/Ethnicity
  • Gender Identity
  • Pronouns
  • Race/Ethnicity (with updated options and multi-select)
Education and Employment
Add your education, undergrad through fellowship.
  • Matriculation and Degrees
  • Academic Track
  • Academic Rank

Add your short, informal bio so your colleagues can learn about you.

Interests and Expertise
Include your professional Interests and Expertise.

Choose from areas such as curriculum development, DEI, faculty development, and business of medicine, among others, to be more "findable" in the Member Directory and expand your networking opportunities.

Social Media

Add your Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, YouTube, web page, and podcast links to connect with your colleagues.

Log in

Log in today to review your My Profile. As a start, AAIM asks you to make sure that your pronouns, academic rank (professor, associate professor, assistant professor, etc.), and your race and ethnicity information is accurate in the record.

Review My Profile


Please contact the AAIM Member Services Team at or (703) 341-4540.

How AAIM will use the data

An AAIM core value is to embody diversity, equity, inclusion, and mutual respect. Personally identifiable information (such as gender, year of birth, and race and ethnicity) is collected to better understand and serve members and participants. The ability to review this data allows AAIM to identify and respond to demographic trends and changes. Personally identifiable information is not shared with third parties or available to the general membership. If you do not wish to disclose this information, please select “prefer not to answer” from the list of options.