Dr. Cody Mullens is a general surgery resident at Michigan Medicine. Cody grew up and spent most of his life in West Virginia. He completed his undergraduate degree at West Virginia University and medical school at West Virginia University School of Medicine. In the middle of medical school, he took time to obtain his MPH at the University of Pennsylvania to further develop his interest and experience with health services research prior to matching at Michigan Surgery.
Cody's current clinical interests include surgical oncology and transplant surgery. His current research interests include studying access to and quality of surgical care for rural patient populations. He plans to make this his primary emphasis of study during academic development time under the mentorship of Drs. Andrew Ibrahim, Hari Nathan, and John Scott within the Department's Center for Healthcare Outcomes and Policy.
- Undergraduate: West Virginia University, 2015
- Medical School: West Virginia University, 2021
- Graduate School: University of Pennsylvania
Why Michigan Surgery
"I chose to train at Michigan Surgery because among the other top tier programs, Michigan set itself apart for me with its excellent case mix variety, unique and unparalleled research opportunities, and the phenomenal group of people that comprise the residency from the faculty to its current trainees, APPs, and program administrators."
Life in Ann Arbor
"Ann Arbor is a great place to live, and it's easy to live here, unlike many larger cities. It has a lot to offer for everybody from fun tailgates during football season to great bars, coffee shops, and restaurants. The town and university also pull in a lot of fun events including festivals, concerts, etc."
"In my spare time I enjoy training for triathlons/marathons, cooking, hunting/fishing, working on my golf game, and hanging out with co-residents outside the hospital."