Executive Council Committee (School of Medicine Faculty)
The function of the Executive Council is to establish and implement policy for the School.
The Executive Council consists of the Dean of the School (chair), the chairs of the basic science and clinical departments, the President of the University, the Provost, the President of the Tufts-New England Medical Center, Inc., the Chair of the Faculty Senate, the President of the Medical Student Council, one alumnus appointed by the Executive Council of the Tufts Medical Alumni Association, the Dean of the Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences, and the Secretary of the Faculty.
The function of the Executive Council is to establish and implement policy for the School. Any member of the faculty, student body, or administration may petition to have an item placed on the agenda. The Executive Council can approve or reject the actions of a Standing Committee, recommend amendments to or revisions of bylaws, recommend to the Board of Trustees candidates for the degrees of Doctor of Medicine, and deal with any other matter of faculty policy or concern not in the province of a Standing or an ad hoc Committee.
- Dr. Laura Cavazos, 1974-79
- Dr. Murray R. Blair, 1979
- Dr. Robert I. Levy, 1980-82
- Dr. Henry H. Banks, 1982-92
- Dr. Morton A. Madoff, 1992-98
- Dr. John T. Harrington, 1998-2004
- Dr. Michael Rosenblatt, 2004-09
- Dr. Harris A. Berman, 2010-