University of Michigan
Chad Ellimoottil is an Assistant Professor at the University of Michigan. After graduating with a degree in Economics from Northwestern University, Dr. Ellimoottil worked at the Medicare Payment Advisory Commission. He subsequently completed medical school and urology residency at Loyola University Medical Center. During his residency, he completed a master’s degree in Health and Healthcare Research through the Rackham Graduate School at University of Michigan. He is currently a general urologist at the University of Michigan with a focus on benign prostatic hyperplasia, prostate cancer detection (e.g., MRI fusion biopsy) and nephrolithiasis. Dr. Ellimoottil’s research agenda is focused on using technology to improve outpatient care. As part of these efforts, he runs the Telemedicine Research Incubator (TRI). Funded by the Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation at the University of Michigan, TRI brings together clinicians and methodologists to build an evidence-base around the use of telehealth.