Dr. Matthew Davis is professor of pediatrics and communicable diseases and internal medicine at the U-M Medical School, professor of public policy at the Ford School, and professor of health management and policy at the U-M School of Public Health. Having served as the State of Michigan's Chief Medical Executive from 2013-2015, Dr. Davis was recently appointed to serve as the deputy director of the University of Michigan's Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation. His current research and teaching focus on innovations and reform in healthcare delivery, as well as measurement of public attitudes and perceptions regarding health and health policy. Davis is the faculty lead for the MD/MPP dual degree program at the U-M. He also serves as a mentor for research fellows and graduate students, for which he was honored with the MICHR Distinguished Mentorship Award in 2012, and as an active clinician within the U-M Health System. Dr. Davis earned his MD cum laude from Harvard Medical School and an MA in public policy from the Harris School at the University of Chicago, as an Irving Harris Fellow in Child Policy.