Michael J. Simoff has practiced Interventional Pulmonology for 29 years and has been involved in technology development including: EBUS-TBNA, ENB, confocal microendoscopy, OCT, autofluorescence bronchoscopy, and APC as examples. He is a Professor of Medicine, FTA at Wayne State School of Medicine. He has published more than 180 peer-reviewed works, given more than 230 international and national talks, and has been funded more than $18million for research. He has served on international and national committees throughout his career in interventional pulmonology and lung cancer. He is currently the Director of Interventional Pulmonology and Lung Cancer Screening at Henry Ford Hospital. He also works as an Associate Medical Officer for Intuitive, working on new technology development and design of research surrounding this work.
When not at work, he looks forward to spending time with his wife of 34 years. He also enjoys traveling, photography, hiking, golfing, cycling, woodworking, gardening, and he is a beekeeper.