Matthew C. Comstock, M.B.A., M.H.S.A., serves as the executive director for administration and chief operating officer in the Medical School. He is responsible for planning, organizing, evaluating and monitoring administrative and financial functions to ensure that the academic and administrative needs of the Medical School are addressed. This includes implementing the strategic direction and ensuring the appropriate resources and support are made available to carry out the school’s tripartite mission.
He earned both his B.B.A. and M.B.A., with high distinction, from the U-M Stephen M. Ross School of Business, and his Master of Health Service Administration from the U-M School of Public Health (SPH).
Mr. Comstock is responsible for overseeing the school’s $1.4 billion all-funds total financial budget, financial planning and analysis, and capital planning. He is the point of contact in the Dean's Office for all department, center and institute administrators. He serves on multiple leadership committees, including the dean’s cabinet and FGP board of directors, and chairs the school's senior administrative staff groups.
Prior to his current role, he served in multiple finance and strategic roles within the U-M Health System, including most recently as the Medical School’s senior finance executive. He began his University career in 2000 at the Center for Health Care Economics at the Ross School of Business. He also is a lecturer in the SPH Health Management and Policy Department.