Michelle M. Daniel, M.D., joined the University of Michigan Medical School in August 2015 as assistant dean for curriculum and clinical assistant professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine. She previously was a clinical assistant professor of emergency medicine at Brown University and director of the second-year Doctoring Program.
She received her medical degree in 2002 from the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. After completing an emergency medicine residency there, she joined the faculty of Brown University as a clinical instructor in the Department of Emergency Medicine and was promoted to clinical assistant professor in 2008. She will complete a master’s degree in health professions education at Maastricht University, the Netherlands, in 2015.
Dr. Daniel provides service and leadership to ensure the effective implementation of curriculum, assessments and learning resources for the education of medical students. She oversees and collaborates with component directors, course directors, faculty, staff, and students to ensure that curricular goals are met. She also serves as part of the team that is designing the new Medical School curriculum, and will lead the operational transition to this new model over the next five years.