Michael K. Gould, MD, MS
- Education and Training
AB, Cornell University, College of Arts and Sciences
MD, State University of New York (SUNY) Health Science Center at Syracuse
Internship, Department of Medicine, SUNY Health Science Center at Syracuse
Residency, Department of Medicine, SUNY Health Science Center at Syracuse
Chief Residency, Department of Medicine, SUNY Health Science Center at Syracuse
Fellowship, Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, Stanford University Medical Center
Fellowship, Department of Health Research and Policy, Stanford School of Medicine
MS, Stanford University
Dr. Michael Gould is an educator, researcher, and Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine professor who has been recognized by the American Thoracic Society for his contributions. Dr. Gould has written numerous book chapters and many articles for publication that cover such topics as quality of care in thoracic oncology and respiratory disease; promoting health care and health equity; treatments for seasonal and pandemic influenzas; adult-onset asthma; liver and lung diseases; tobacco cessation treatments; and developing as well as implementing clinical practice guidelines.
- Prior Positions (selected)
- 2006–2009Associate Professor of Medicine and (by courtesy) Health Research and PolicyStanford School of Medicine2009–2011Medical StaffUniversity of Southern California (USC) University Hospital2009–2011Medical StaffLos Angeles County Hospital2009–2011Visiting Associate Professor of Medicine and Preventive MedicineKeck School of Medicine of USC2011–2013Assistant Director for Health Services ResearchDepartment of Research and Evaluation, Kaiser Permanente Southern California2011–presentSenior Research ScientistDepartment of Research and Evaluation, Kaiser Permanente Southern California2011–presentResearch Associate Professor of MedicineKeck School of Medicine of USC2013–presentDirector for Health Services Research and Implementation ScienceDepartment of Research and Evaluation, Kaiser Permanente Southern California
- Honors and Awards (selected)
- 2001Advanced Research Career Development AwardHealth Services Research and Development Service, Veterans Health Administration2005Early Career Achievement AwardBehavioral Science Assembly, American Thoracic Society2008Excellence in Medical Student TeachingStanford School of Medicine2009Faculty Leadership Development ProgramStanford School of Medicine2018Lifetime Achievement AwardThoracic Oncology Assembly, American Thoracic Society
- Publications (selected)
Peer-reviewed research manuscripts
Hahn EE, Gould MK. Lung cancer screening and smoking cessation: never too early or too late. Journal of the National Cancer Institute 2018;110:1-2.
Gould MK. Precision screening for lung cancer: risk-based but not always preference-sensitive? Annals of Internal Medicine 2018;169:52-53.
Davis AC, Shen E, Shah NR, Glenn BA, Ponce N, Telesca D, Gould MK,* Needleman J. Segmentation of high-cost adults in an integrated healthcare system based on empirical clustering of acute and chronic conditions. Journal of General Internal Medicine 2018 (in press). (*corresponding author)
Balekian AA, Wisnivesky J, Gould MK. Surgical disparities among patients with stage I lung cancer in the National Lung Screening Trial. Chest 2018 (in press).
Nair VS, Sundaram V, Desai M, Gould MK. Accuracy of models to identify lung nodule cancer risk in the National Lung Screening Trial. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine 2018;197:1220-1223.
Sharp AL, Huang B, Tang T, Shen E, Melinick E, Venkatesh A, Kanter MH, Gould MK. Implementation of the Canadian CT Head Rule and its association with utilization of computed tomography among patients with head injury. Annals of Emergency Medicine 2018;71:54-63.
Detterbeck F, Gould MK, Patel S, Lewis SZ. Extending the reach of evidence-based medicine: a proposed categorization of lower-level evidence. Chest 2018;153:498-506.
Sharp AL, Wu, Y-L, Shen E, Kanter MH, Menchine ML, Gould MK. Satisfaction with care after reducing opioids for chronic pain. American Journal of Managed Care 2018;24:294-297.
Rivera MP, Tanner NT, Silvestri GA, Detterbeck FC, Tammemagi MC, Young RP, Slatore CG, Caverly TJ, Boyd, CM, Braithwaite D, Fathi JT, Gould MK, Iaccorino JM, Malkoski SP, Mazzone PJ, Tanoue LT, Schoenborn NL, Zulueta JJ, Wiener RS. Incorporating coexisting chronic illness into decisions about patient selection for lung cancer screening: an official American Thoracic Society Research Statement. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine 2018;198:e3-e13.