Andrea Obi is an assistant professor of surgery, operating both at the University of Michigan and at the Veteran’s Administration Hospital. She graduated from the University of Michigan Honors College with a Bachelor of Science in Microbiology and English Literature in 2003, followed by medical degree at Loyola University in 2008. She did her general surgery residency and vascular surgery fellowship at the University of Michigan where she was honored with Lindenauer Vascular Research and Education Award and the James Crudup Award, which is awarded to the chief resident who has demonstrated the most outstanding accomplishments in research during residency training. She completed a research fellowship at the Conrad Jobst Vascular Laboratories in 2012, earning the prestigious Servier Travelling fellowship from the American Venous Forum and the D. Emerick Szilagyi Award for Clinical Research from the Midwestern Vascular Society during this time. She joined as faculty in 2017 and enjoys a comprehensive vascular surgery practice.
Dr. Obi's clinical interests include vascular surgery, aneurysmal and occlusive diseases of the arterial system and the surgical management of superficial venous disease. Additionally she has an interest arterial and venous reconstructions following cancer resection.