Information Systems and Education
Carol Storey-Johnson, M.D., is the Senior Advisor to the Dean's Office at Weill Cornell Medical College. Previously, Dr. Storey-Johnson served as the Senior Associate Dean (Education) at the Joan and Sanford I. Weill Medical College of Cornell University from 2001-2014. She is a Professor of Medicine and an Attending Physician at New York Presbyterian Hospital. She practiced general internal medicine full-time in Weill Cornell Internal Medicine Associates practice for 17 years before turning to more administrative roles at the Medical College. Dr. Storey-Johnson has a special interest in medical education and in the past has served in a number of leadership roles at the medical center including Director of the Clinical Education Unit in the Division of General Internal Medicine, Director of the Ambulatory Selective for fourth year medical students, Director of the Primary Care Residency Track, and Director of the Ambulatory Block Rotation for the residents in the Department of Medicine. In addition to her activities as Senior Advisor, she is currently Director of a Teaching How To Teach Course in the Weill Cornell Graduate School. Dr. Storey-Johnson is a graduate of the Stanford Faculty Development Program in clinical teaching and teaches faculty and fellows how to teach using the Stanford Faculty Development Program framework for teaching techniques. She is also a graduate of the Harvard-Macy Clinician Educator Program and she conducts program evaluations to discern whether learning objectives and content are consistent with projected educational outcomes. Her research interests are in the areas of curriculum evaluation and faculty development.