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Lillian Min, MD, MSHS


Associate Professor

Dr. Min received her medical degree from the David Geffen School of Medicine, UCLA, and completed an internal medicine residency at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. She completed a clinical fellowship in geriatrics at UCLA in 2003. Her research training includes a two-year Bureau of Health Professions Geriatric Faculty Development Program fellowship, a Master of Science in Health Services degree from the School of Public Health, UCLA, and a career development award through the UCLA-NIA Mentored Clinical Scientist Development Program in geriatrics. She is board-certified in internal medicine with added certificates in geriatrics and hospice and palliative medicine.

Since 2005, she has been a health services researcher in geriatrics at UCLA, working with the ACOVE study. In 2010, she moved to University of Michigan, and has research funding through the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, the VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System, the University of Michigan Claude D. Pepper Center, and the Hartford Center of Excellence, to help improve the care and outcomes of complex older patients.

For two months of the year she works as a geriatric consultant at the University Hospital, and has additional clinical interests in inpatient palliative care.


Identifying dementia patients at MM

University Affiliation(s)

IHPI | VA Ann Arbor Medical Center

Research Area(s)

Health services research | predictive modeling


  • Co-investigator of: Hartford Center of Excellence in Geriatrics 2012 - 2013
  • Co-investigator of: Hartford Center of Excellence in Geriatrics
  • Principal investigator of: Prioritizing Care of Complex Elders Using Survival and Functional Status Outcomes
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