Dr. Williams has served as Director of the University of Michigan Medical School Global Health and Disparities (GHD) Path of Excellence since its inception in 2010. GHD is a co-curricular pathway providing medical students the opportunity to work with U-M faculty in scholarly activities in low-resource settings in the United States and internationally, and develop leadership skills through in a series of seminars and community-based learning experiences.
As Medical Director of the U-M Complex Care Management (CCMP) program since 2007, Dr. Williams has developed clinical programs to improve care and decrease inappropriate health care expenses among high-utilizing patients with combined medical, mental health, substance abuse disorders, and/or poverty and homelessness.
An active primary care general internist, Dr. Williams has published articles related to medical education and faculty development, and co-edited a book on the care of hospitalized older patients.
M.D. University of Illinois at Chicago; M.P.H. Harvard University; B.A. Grinnell College