Frank Davis is an integrated vascular surgery resident at the University of Michigan Health System. He received a Bachelor of Science from the University of Michigan graduating Phi Beta Kappa with a dual degree in Cellular and Molecular Biology and Medical Anthropology. He went on to attend medical school at the University of Michigan graduating Alpha Omega Alpha. During his surgical residency, his research endeavors have included a Sarnoff Cardiovascular Foundation Fellowship, American College of Surgeons Resident Scholarship, and a NIH F32 grant investigating the impact of innate immunity of aortic aneurysm and wound physiology. While he enjoys many aspect of vascular surgery, his current clinical interests include surgical and endovascular management of aneurysmal and occlusive diseases of the arterial system.
Hometown: Clarkston, MI
Medical School: University of Michigan
Research interest: Aortic aneurysms, Arterial occlusive diseases, and vascular patient outcomes
Hobbies: Traveling, hiking, and fishing