|R. Michael Massanari, M.D., M.S., F.A.C.P.
Graduated: Northwestern University Medical School, 1967 with highest distinction; Trained at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in Internal Medicine and completed a fellowship in Infectious Disease (NIH Fellowship) at Northwestern University. Academic and Professional Appointments include: Associate Professor of Internal Medicine and Preventive Medicine at University of Iowa; Adjunct Professor of Epidemiology at University of Michigan; Professor of Medicine at Case Western Reserve University. Currently: Director, Center for Health Care Effectiveness Research an Professor of Medicine at Wayne State University/Detroit Medical Center; Recent Professional Appointments include: at Henry Ford Health System - Medical Director Hospital Epidemiology, Medical Director Professional Practice Review Group, Hospital Epidemiologist, Senior Staff Physician; Internal Medicine; Infectious Diseases; Henry Ford Medical Group; Earned a Masters of Science in Preventive Medicine (Epidemiology) from University of Iowa 1985; Certified in Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases. Member of numerous professional organizations; state, local and national committees. Highly respected researcher with more than 70 publications in professional journals and books along with more than 100 abstracts and presentations.