Dr. Marc McMorris grew up on a farm in north-central Pennsylvania. He received his medical degree from Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia in 1985. He came to the University of Michigan for his pediatric residency and served a Chief Resident from 1988-1989. Following 3 years as a pediatric ER attending he returned to the University of Michigan and completed his Allergy and Immunology fellowship in 1994.
Families like Dr. McMorris’ ability to listen with sensitivity, and they appreciate his gentle approach to children. For 3 years, Dr. McMorris served as Medical Advisor for Food Anaphylaxis Education, Inc., a nonprofit Michigan education organization before becoming Director of the University of Michigan Food Allergy Service. The Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Network of Virginia awarded him the Muriel C. Furlong Award for making a difference. He has been recognized as one of the University of Michigan Health System’s Top 100 Physicians, received the University of Michigan Department of Pediatrics Top 10% Faculty Teaching Award and was inducted into the University of Michigan Department of Medicine Clinical Excellence Society in 2013. He volunteers for food allergy educational activities for Michigan families, schools, places of worship, professional organizations and health care providers. He has participated in research evaluating anaphylaxis care, school readiness for students with food allergies, self-reported reactions to peanut and tree nuts, and the impact of food allergies on quality of life for families with food allergies. He is considered an expert in all aspects of food allergies. He currently serves as Medical Director for the Domino’s Farms Allergy Specialty Clinic/Food Allergy Clinic and Clinical Service Chief for the Division of Allergy and Clinical Immunology.