Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

Medical Faculty Council

Leadership

The Medical Faculty Council is the body that represents all of the medical school faculty to the medical school administration.  Members welcome their faculty peers to connect with them about concerns related to medical school.

The Value of Representation

Each department has a representative who is required to attend the monthly MFC meetings. See our Council Representatives page to find your representative. Your representative is your department, center, or program's window into the happenings between the administration and the larger medical faculty.

If you are interested in getting involved with the MFC and contributing your leadership skills to the university in this unique way, please contact us.

Council Leaders

Meet the faculty members who head our council and its initiatives.

Elliott

Jim Elliott, PT/PhD
Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy and Human Movement Sciences
MFC President

McKoy


June McKoy, MD, JD, MPH, MBA 
Associate Professor of Medicine (General Internal Medicine and Geriatrics) and Preventive Medicine
MFC Vice President

 
 

Chris Robinson


Chris Robinson, MS, MBA, CPO, ATC, FAAOP
Assistant Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
MFC Immediate Past President

The MFC is allows members to not only engage with the medical school administration, but also with individuals in other departments and centers.

The ability to enable a dialogue between my medical school colleagues and the many stakeholders that comprise the Feinberg School of Medicine is simply a tremendous opportunity. 

Linda Van Horn


Linda Van Horn, PhD, RD
Associate Dean for Faculty Development
Preventive Medicine
MFC Ex-Officio

All Feinberg faculty members are busy with their own work and likely have little time to give thought to topics that may be relevant, but outside of the usual discussions that typically focus on specific research and/or clinical interests. MFC helps to broaden the horizons and offers a platform for learning about potentially valuable and useful new directions or activities that would otherwise go unnoticed. 

MFC has increasingly become a place for positive, proactive discussion, encouragement and mentorship that transcends the departmental or programmatic borders and instead offers mutual sharing and interdisciplinary networking that is proving to be increasingly rewarding and productive.


 

Learn More

Get more insight about the MFC's role at Feinberg via our Council President's Message.


Questions?
Email Meg Kennedy


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