Andrew M. Ibrahim MD, MSc is a Clinical Lecturer in Surgery at the University of Michigan and a Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar at the Institute for Healthcare Policy & Innovation. He completed his undergraduate and medical degrees education both with Honors at Case Western Reserve University with a year of coursework at University College London – Bartlett School of Architecture. In addition to his health services research degree from the University of Michigan, he completed additional policy training as a Crile Fellow at Princeton University and as a Doris Duke Fellow at John Hopkins Hospital.
Dr. Ibrahim currently serves on the Design & Health Leadership Group at the American Institute Architects. In this national appointment, he leads efforts to merge health and architecture expertise through innovative curriculum design and cross-‐disciplinary research collaboratives focused on building safer hospitals and designing better healthcare delivery systems. His research evaluating population level strategies to improve health care delivery has resulted in numerous peer-review publications, book chapters, international presentations and appointment to the editorial board at the Annals of Surgery. He also serves as a technical advisor to The Leapfrog Group.