Robert Lembo, MD, FAAP
Deputy Director, Office of Clinical Research Training and Medical Education
Dr. Lembo serves as both the Executive Director of Graduate Medical Education and as the Designated Institutional Official to the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) for the NIH Clinical Center. In these roles, Dr. Lembo is responsible for administrative oversight of all ACGME accredited training programs at the Clinical Center, and for the maintenance of NIH institutional accreditation as a sponsor of graduate medical education specialty and subspecialty training programs nationally. He also serves as the director of the Clinical Electives Program, which provides senior year medical or dental students with an opportunity to gain firsthand experience working with patients enrolled in clinical or translational research protocols at the Clinical Center. Dr. Lembo is a graduate of Cornell University Medical College and completed his residency and fellowship training in Pediatrics at Yale-New Haven Hospital. He has served as a faculty member at Case-Western Reserve University, Yale University and New York University.
Max Sauvé, JD
Program Coordinator, Graduate Medical Education and Resident Electives Programs
Max Sauvé, serves as Program Coordinator for the NIH's Graduate Medical Education Program (GME) and Resident Electives Program (REP). In this capacity, he takes on compliance and administration tasks for both programs. Prior to joining the NIH Mr. Sauvé worked as a Government Consultant for LexisNexis, assisting attorneys and investigators in agencies ranging from the Department of the Interior to the U.S. Senate. Mr. Sauvé graduated cum laude from Coastal Carolina University with a Bachelor's in Business Administration, the University Of South Carolina School Of Law with a J.D. with focus in Healthcare Law and Certification in Bioethics from Yale University.
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