Dr. Andy Millis is a general surgery resident at Michigan Medicine. Originally from Chicago, Andy completed undergraduate education at Rhodes College in Memphis, studying Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. He subsequently obtained a M.P.H. at Emory University, focusing on health policy. He graduated from the Pritzker School of Medicine at the University of Chicago in 2018. Andy’s research interest include identifying surgeon performance outliers at the national and state level, elucidating the factors that contribute to high and low performance, ethics of big data, transplant ethics and end-of-life care surrounding the surgical patient. He is currently pursuing a fellowship in clinical medical ethics at the University of Chicago’s Maclean Center, where he was selected as an American College of Surgeons Surgical Ethics Fellow.
- Undergraduate: Rhodes College, 2011
- Medical School: University of Chicago, 2018
- Graduate School: Emory University
Why Michigan Surgery
"From an academic perspective, the University of Michigan provides opportunities in outcomes research that are unique among surgical department. Clinically, we are afforded a significant amount of autonomy both operatively and in the care of the patients we operate on."
Life in Ann Arbor
"Living in Ann Arbor is a quiet and easy life."
"Gardening, backpacking, fishing, cooking, hanging out with my partner and dog"