David Mahmoudian, MD
Instructor, Department of Family and Community Medicine
1000 Oakland Drive
Kalamazoo, MI 49008
269.349.2641 ext. 550
David Mahmoudian, MD, is a resident physician in the Family Medicine Residency Program - Battle Creek at Western Michigan University Homer Striker M.D. School of Medicine. He obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of Toronto. He completed his clinical training in Chicago, Illinois, and earned his medical degree from Windsor University School of Medicine.
His interests include medical education, primary care and public health. He is currently pursuing a Master's Degree in Public Health at McGill University in Montreal, Canada.
Education and Training
- Postgraduate Certificate 2018, Autism and Behavioural Science, Seneca College of Applied Technology
- MD 2015, Windsor University School of Medicine
- BSc 2009, Biotechnology, University of Toronto
- Public Health
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
Bisson D.A., Mahmoudian D., Shatil A.S., Waggass G., Zhang L., Levi C., Spratt N.J., Lin L., Liebeskind D., Parsons M., Bivard A., Aviv R.I. Single-phase CT angiography: collateral grade is independent of scan weighting Neuroradiology. 2019;61(1):19-28.