Jim Faix, MD
Stanford University School of Medicine, Palo Alto, CA
Dr. Faix was born in New Jersey, currently resides in California and hopes to retire to Maine. He obtained his MD at Hahnemann Medical School (now part of Drexel University) in Philadelphia, PA and performed his residency in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, MA. He also completed a fellowship in Clinical Immunology there. He served as Director of Clinical Immunology and Associate Director of Clinical Chemistry at Beth Israel Hospital in Boston and as Director of the Clinical Laboratory at Joslin Diabetes Center in Boston before moving to Stanford University in 2001 where he is Director of Clinical Chemistry and Immunology and Associate Professor of Pathology. Research interests include markers of sepsis and autoimmune disease. He is active in the American Association for Clinical Chemistry, where he is currently a member of the Division Management Group and the Program Coordinating Committee, as well as the College of American Pathologists, where he currently serves on the Council for Scientific Affairs, the Chemistry Resource Committee and the Standards Committee.