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Matthew Corriere

Frankel Professor of Cardiovascular Surgery; Medical Director
Surgery - Vascular Surgery

Clinical fellowship, Vascular and Endovascular Surgery, Wake Forest University
MS, Health Sciences Research, Wake Forest University Graduate School
Residency, General Surgery, Vanderbilt University Medical Center
MD, Mercer University School of Medicine
BS, University of Georgia

Matthew A. Corriere MD, MS, is the Frankel Professor of Cardiovascular Surgery, Associate Professor in the Section of Vascular Surgery, and Vice Chair of Inpatient Care Alignment within the Department of Surgery at the University of Michigan. His affiliations at the University of Michigan include the Institute for Health Policy and Innovation, the Center for Health Outcomes and Policy, the Center for Bioethics and Social Sciences in Medicine, and the Biosocial Methods Collaborative.

Dr. Corriere’ s clinical practice includes treatment of aortic, carotid, mesenteric, renal, and peripheral artery disease. His current research focuses on patient preference elicitation, patient-doctor communication, risk stratification, and clinical outcomes related to peripheral artery disease. Dr. Corriere has received research support from the United States Food and Drug Administration, the American Heart Association, the Vascular Cures Foundation, the Society for Vascular Surgery Foundation, the Vascular and Endovascular Surgery Society, the Frankel Cardiovascular Center Innovation Challenge, and the University of Michigan MCubed program. Dr. Corriere is the immediate past president of the Vascular & Endovascular Surgery Society. His current national leadership positions include Chair of the Society for Vascular Surgery Clinical Research Committee, the Society for Vascular Surgery Research Council, the American Heart Association Peripheral Vascular Disease Council Nominating Committee, the Vascular Cures Foundation Advisory Board, the Vascular Expert Panel for AIM Specialty Health, Inc.

Dr. Corriere is a graduate of the University of Georgia and the Mercer University School of Medicine.  He completed a residency in General Surgery plus two years of dedicated research at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, followed by an MS in Health Sciences Research at the Wake Forest University Graduate School and a clinical fellowship in Vascular and Endovascular Surgery at Wake Forest University. Before coming to the University of Michigan in 2016, he was Associate Professor in the Department of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery at Wake Forest, where he also served as the Vascular Surgery Fellowship program director, director of clinical research, and director of the Clinical Vascular Laboratory.


Frailty phenotyping to improve cardiovascular treatment selection and outcomes.

University Affiliation(s)

Biosocial Methods Collaborative | CBSSM | CHOP | IHPI

Community and Professional Affiliation(s)

American Heart Association | Society for Vascular Surgery | United Way | Vascular & Endovascular Surgery Society | Vascular Cures Foundation

Research Area(s)

Clinical Outcomes | Clinical care | Clinical research | Health disparities | Health outcomes | Health services research | Older adult chronic disease management | mobile health | network analysis | social media use


  • Principal investigator of: Facilitating Shared Treatment Decision-Making for Peripheral Artery Disease
  • Principal investigator of: Quantifying Patients� Benefit-Risk Tradeoffs Associated with Percutaneous Revascularization Options for Peripheral Arterial Disease: A Collaborative Effort with the RAPID PATHWAYS Patient Science Working Group
  • Principal investigator of: Field Mapping Patient-Designated, Task-Specific Activity Goals to Tracked Walking
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