Mark Lowell, md
Associate Professor, Emergency Medicine
Director, Survival Flight
Dr. Lowell is an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of Michigan. He received his bachelor’s degrees in Biophysics from Tulane University in 1982. He graduated from the New York University School of Medicine in 1986, and completed a residency in Internal Medicine at the Emory University Affiliated Hospital in 1989, and completed his Emergency Medicine residency at The University of Cincinnati in 1992. Upon completion of his residency, he became one of the original faculty members of the newly created Section of Emergency Medicine (now Department of Emergency Medicine) at The University of Michigan.
Dr. Lowell’s main interests are in critical care transport and acute cardiovascular care. He is the Medical Director of Survival Flight, which is the critical care transport program at The University of Michigan Health System. Operating a fleet of two helicopters and one fixed wing airplane, it is the busiest air medical transport program in the region, with the capabilities to transport patients of all ages with diverse medical conditions, including acute lung injury, ECMO, left ventricular assist devices, intra-aortic balloon pumps, etc.