Chloé is a vascular surgery resident at Michigan Medicine. Originally from Detroit, MI, she completed her undergraduate education at the University of Michigan where she obtained a BSE in Biomedical Engineering. She attended Harvard Medical School where she was an active member of the Student National Medication Association and the Admissions Committee. Her research interests include disparities in vascular outcomes and implementation of interventions to mitigate healthcare inequities for minority populations.
- Undergraduate: University of Michigan
- Medical School: Harvard Medical School
Why Michigan Surgery
"Integrated vascular surgery residency programs are relatively new within the past 10-15 years. I chose to train at Michigan Surgery because the integrated vascular surgery residency program was one of the first programs nationally, so I felt confident in their training paradigm. On a departmental level, Michigan Surgery is known for its clinical robustness and vast research portfolio while also being a supportive and collaborative environment."
Life in Ann Arbor
"As a college town, there are numerous events to attend that are associated with the University including sports and the arts. Beyond the University, Ann Arbor has a relatively robust foodie scene and some interesting entertainment venues (e.g. comedy club, jazz club, etc). For a larger city vibe, Detroit is only 45 minutes away. The state of Michigan also has plenty of outdoor opportunities, which are extremely popular in the summer."
"I enjoying biking, traveling, cooking vegan dishes, and writing haikus."