Dr. Jaclyn T. Mauch is a Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery Resident at Michigan Medicine. Dr. Mauch received her B.A. in Economics with a minor in Global Health from Northwestern University in 2013, graduating Phi Beta Kappa and with Departmental Honors in Economics for her economic research on American diet patterns during the Great Recession. After graduation, she worked in corporate strategy at DaVita, Inc. in the Redwoods Leadership Development Program for two years. Dr. Mauch then earned her Post-Baccalaureate Premedical Certificate from Johns Hopkins University.
Dr. Mauch attended the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania for her M.D. and Masters in Bioethics. While in medical school, she completed a Fellowship in Clinical Research with the Division of Plastic Surgery, during which she authored numerous publications and presented research nationally and internationally. In recognition of her research accomplishments, she was awarded the President Gutmann Leadership Award and the Jonathon Rhoads Prize for Surgical Scholarship. Her most significant works investigated patient-reported outcomes in hernia repair, pregnancy after abdominally based autologous breast reconstruction, and ethics during COVID. As a medical student, she founded the Penn Bioethics Student Group and served as the Research Chair for Penn Global Surgery Group. She pursued her passion for Global Health by participating in the Alianza Cuba experience and completing a month-long elective in Israel in a Bedouin care center with the support of the Center for Global Health travel grant. Upon graduation, Dr. Mauch was inducted into Alpha Omega Alpha and received the Theodore Friedmann Prize for outstanding work in bioethics.
- Undergraduate: Northwestern University
- Medical School: University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine
- Graduate School: University of Pennsylvania