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John Krauss, MD


Clinical Associate Professor

John C. Krauss, M.D., graduated from the University of Michigan Medical School in 1985, did his Internal Medicine training at the University of Minnesota, and then returned to the University of Michigan for his Hematology and Oncology specialty training. Dr. Krauss joined the University of Michigan Faculty in 1992, and then moved his research lab to the Cleveland Clinic to continue clinical research on harnessing the immune system to combat cancer. In 1998, Dr. Krauss came back to Ann Arbor to be the Associate Director of the Ann Arbor Community Cancer Oncology Program at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, and rose through the ranks to be the Section Head of Hematology/Oncology. Dr. Krauss treats a wide variety of patients with cancer, including breast cancer, colon cancer, lung cancer, and kidney cancer, focusing both on providing the highest possible cure rates for cancer and the best quality of life for the patient while on the journey.

Krauss says, “The medical problem list defines the active diagnoses oft the patient.  I am working on improving the quality of the problem list by measuring its accuracy.”


Problem List Quality

University Affiliation(s)

Cancer Center

Research Area(s)

Learning health sciences | Sensors and Wearables | medical education