Dr. Nauder Faraday, professor of anesthesiology and critical care medicine, will serve as the new senior associate dean of faculty development for the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Dr. Faraday was selected after an open search process that considered many outstanding candidates. In this role, Dr. Faraday will work with Dr. Kim Skarupski and Dr. David Yousem to oversee the innovative and supportive programs the office provides for faculty.
Dr. Faraday is a cardiac anesthesiologist, critical care physician and translational researcher who is recognized nationally for his expertise in peri-procedural hemostasis and thrombosis and the genetics of antiplatelet therapy responsiveness. Dr. Faraday has a long-standing commitment to mentorship and career development that includes training of students, residents and fellows in his own laboratory, as well as advising faculty throughout his department and across the school of medicine. He has served as vice chair of the school’s Associate Professor Promotions Committee since 2012 and as ACCM’s vice chair for faculty and staff development, since 2014. In these roles, he has worked to improve the promotions process by standardizing procedures, increasing transparency and enhancing equity. For instance, he created a web-based tool that has both streamlined annual reviews for Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine faculty and has provided data to faculty and departmental leadership that highlight opportunities for career growth.
Congratulations Dr. Faraday!