President Dr. Mayur Narayan


There has never been a better time to engage with ACAIM than now! As we come out of the fog of COVID-19, the future is bright for us to lead in all aspects of international medicine.


ACAIM Positions

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    During the past few weeks, the world has witnessed a ruthless and violent war of aggression in Ukraine. The thousands of injured and killed, including children, pregnant women, and the elderly, reflect the dehumanizing and barbaric nature of war and makes this is one of the worst humanitarian crises in decades. As of today, an estimated 2.8 million refugees from Ukraine, mainly women, children, and elderly, have fled the conflict, seeking safety in surrounding countries.

Mission Statement for
Academic International Medicine

  • To promote the mission of Academic International Medicine (AIM) professionals in the United States and beyond.
  • To promote clinical, educational and scientific collaboration of AIM professionals, both domestically and globally
  • To create a platform for domestic and global coordination of academic, clinical and educational efforts involving AIM professionals.
  • To educate, generate and publish new knowledge, create relevant guidelines, and assist policy making in the area of international medicine.
  • To standardize processes and objective measurements of academic and clinical productivity associated with the participation of U.S. AIM professionals in international endeavors.

From the Desk of

President Dr. Mayur Narayan

As the world gets a grasp on the COVID-19 pandemic with the success of vaccination and prevention efforts, there is tremendous excitement and opportunity for us to re-energize ourselves in the work of international medicine. We will never forget the lasting impact COVID-19 has had on all of us. Many of us lost family members, friends and colleagues while others were deeply impacted by the sheer exhaustion and burnout of taking care of so many critically ill patients. Others had financial struggles or projects they could not complete because of travel and local infrastructure disruptions. And finally, we were isolated from each other despite the advances in technology and our ability to see each other via platforms such as Zoom, Webex, and others. This year ACAIM hopes to continue to bring together physician -scientists -educators from around the world to educate, generate and publish new knowledge, create relevant guidelines, and assist policy making in the area of international medicine. We are also looking forward to our first in-person annual meeting since COVID in 2023. On behalf of all the ACAIM membership and leadership, I encourage you to get involved, participate, collaborate and join colleagues from around the globe to advance international medicine.

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