Dr. Serlin earned his undergraduate degree with High Honors in Classical Studies and Cellular Molecular Biology from the University of Michigan (1996). He is a graduate of the Northwestern University Medical School (2000), and completed his family medicine residency at the University of Michigan (2003), where he was co-chief resident. His clinical interests include prenatal care, newborn care, medical procedures including vasectomy and preventive health. He is the Associate Chair for Clinical Programs for the Department of Family Medicine. He enjoys family, movies, travel, and University of Michigan Football and other sports, and speaks fluent Spanish.