Jose Antonio Diaz, MD is a Research Assistant Professor in the Section of Vascular Surgery, Department of Surgery at the University of Michigan. Dr. Diaz received his medical degree from the University of Buenos Aires Medical School in Argentina. He completed his General Surgery Residency and Vascular Surgery training in Argentina before moving to the United States. Dr. Diaz performed a 2 year fellowship in Vascular Biology at the University of Michigan in Dr. Keith Bishop’s laboratory. Dr. Diaz subsequently became a research faculty of Vascular Surgery Section, in the Conrad Jobst Vascular Research Laboratories at the University of Michigan. Currently, Dr. Diaz is internationally recognized for his contributions in preclinical models development.
Dr. Diaz Projects: P-selectin inhibition and DVT (25657307); The effect of statins on DVT (23276528; 22278047); The role of PAI-1 on DVT (22119245); Interleukin-6 and fibrosis (19538487) in DVT and post-thrombotic Syndrome (21131172); Stents and vein thrombosis; The role of Galectins in DVT (25428218; 19959209); Hyperlipidemia and DVT (23276528; 22119245).
Honors and Awards
Dr. Diaz led the development of the following pre-clinical models: