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James Record, MD, JD, FACP

Dean, Chicago Medical School; Chair, Medical Education, Innovation and Humanities; Associate Professor

Dr. Record received his MD from the University of Massachusetts Medical School and his JD from Rutgers University Law School. He completed his Internal Medicine Residency at Brown University School of Medicine/Rhode Island Hospital.

He began teaching as Internal Medicine faculty and Associate Program Director of Internal Medicine Residency for Mount Sinai (Icahn) School of Medicine and later at New York Medical College, where he held a variety of positions. He served as a Medicine Clerkship Site Director, Sub-Internship Director, and Associate Dean of the Branch Campus. He later became Director of Medical Education and Vice President of Academic Affairs at St. Joseph’s Healthcare System. He joined Chicago Medical School as Vice Dean and Chair of Medical Education, Innovation and Humanities, and was later appointed to the position of Dean.

Dr. Record is a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society and a Fellow of the American College of Physicians. He has received a number of awards, including the NYMC Outstanding Role Model Award, Student Senate Certificate of Appreciation Award, and multiple Excellence in Teaching and Mentoring Awards.

His interests include humanities in medicine, curricular development, and most importantly, his family.