David M. Williams Lectureship in Radiology

David Williams

“Every patient deserves a chance.”  This is the motto that Dr. David M. Williams lives by and teaches all who work with him.  Having been at Michigan for over 40 years as a resident, fellow, faculty, and now the Kyung J. Cho Professor of Radiology, Dr. Williams has touched the lives of innumerable patients, medical students, residents, fellows, and clinical colleagues. His collaborative spirit, remarkable experience and skill, and most of all, dedication to his patients has been a shining example to others for decades.

Dr. Williams is a committed physician and scientist, especially in aortic pathology and chronic venous disease. He works with anyone and everyone in a multidisciplinary fashion to answer difficult clinical and scientific questions. His quiet and humble demeanor make him a great mentor to countless medical students, residents, fellows, and other faculty.

To honor the importance of Dr. Williams’ contributions to the University of Michigan, the Department of Radiology is pleased to announce a new campaign to establish the David M. Williams, M.D., Lectureship – an annual lectureship on Interventional Radiology topics with a multidisciplinary focus.

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