March 11, 2003
MEDIA CONTACT: Trent Stockton
New Associate Dean and Registrar at The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
Mary Foy, whose career at Johns Hopkins began 40 years ago, has been promoted to Associate Dean and Registrar at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. After serving as an assistant to the Registrar, she rose to the post of Registrar in 1968 and was Assistant Dean and Registrar since 1986. Foy has worked for six of the thirteen deans of the School of Medicine, and in 1987 she received the Deans Special Recognition Award for exceptional service to the School of Medicine.
"This promotion reflects the continued growth in scope and complexity that the Registrars office has experienced," according to Edward D. Miller, M.D., dean and CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine. "Today, virtually every School of Medicine function depends on input from this office, and Foy is a valued member of every standing committee involved with faculty or trainees, issues of educational policy, the needs of Ph.D. candidates, the requirements of the various residency programs, and the composition and scope of the myriad faculty committees," he added.