Michael Nathanson, MD, PhD
Michael H. Nathanson, MD, PhD, specializes in treating patients with liver disease.
He is a professor of medicine (digestive diseases) and of cell biology at Yale School of Medicine. In addition to his clinical work, he serves as section chief of digestive diseases; director of both the Yale Liver Center and the Center for Cell and Molecular Imaging; and an active researcher.
- Gladys Phillips Crofoot Professor of Medicine (Digestive Diseases) and Professor of Cell Biology
- Director, Yale Liver Center
- Director, Center for Cell and Molecular Imaging
Education & Training
- Postdoctoral FellowYale University (1990)
- ResidentColumbia-Presbyterian Medical Center (1988)
- MDCase Western Reserve Univ (1985)
- PhDCase Western Reserve Univ (1983)
- MSMassachusetts Institute of Technology (1977)
- BSUniversity of California, Berkeley (1976)