Jarred is a graduate of Boston University with a degree in Biomedical Engineering, graduating summa cum laude in 2011. He continued on to complete a master’s degree in Biomedical Engineering in 2013, developing an anesthetic delivery system for treatment of status asthmaticus. He then attended medical school at Boston University School of Medicine, graduating in 2020. While in medical school, he pursued a PhD as a Translation Research in Biomaterials research fellow investigating the biomechanical determinants of emphysema progression in COPD. During his graduate years, he was awarded the BME Graduate Teacher of the Year Award and selected to be a Jonathan Epstein Scholar of the Interurban Clinical Club.
Jarred came to the University of Michigan in 2020 and is a resident in the integrated thoracic surgery program. He is interested in general thoracic surgery, surgical and non-invasive techniques for lung volume reduction, and lung transplantation.
Areas of Interest
Clinical Interest: General Thoracic
Medical School: Boston University