Marianne M. Green, MD, FACP

14Dr. Green is Associate Dean for Medical Education and Competency Achievement and Director of the Honors Program in Medical Education at the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. She is also a practicing general internist and associate professor of Medicine at Feinberg.

Her academic career is focused on medical education. She has worked in gradual medical education as associate program director for the internal medicine residency at Northwestern, and began her career in medical student education as clerkship director for Feinberg’s Primary Care Clerkship. Within in a short time she moved into the dean’s office and eventually into her current role. Her academic work has focused largely on assessment, with a specific emphasis on the assessment of professionalism. She has led several educational initiatives, most recently as Administrative Leader for the Competency-Based Education Initiative and summative portfolio review as an assessment method of competence. She has a particular interest in portfolios across the continuum of medical education and is working with AAMC on the latter initiative.

She is also serves as a member of the board of directors for the ABIM and is chair of the ABIM’s internal medicine specialty board.

She has received numerous awards and honors, including the Harvard Macy Fellowship for Assessment in Medical Education and the George H. Joost Outstanding Teacher Award. Dr. Green is also an inaugural member of the Feinberg Academy of Medical Educators. In addition to her academic roles, Dr. Green directs patient care at the outpatient General Internal Medicine Clinic.  She has authored multiple papers and is a reviewer for several medical journals including JAMA, Archives of Internal Medicine and Annals of Internal Medicine.

She received her medical degree from the University of Illinois, Chicago School of Medicine and went on to complete her internship and residency at Beth Israel Hospital, Harvard Medical School. She is the mother of three daughters.