Allergy and Immunology Ann Arbor  
Michael R. Simon, M.D.
I have practiced the specialty of allergy and immunology for
more than 34 years. I am a diplomat of the American Board of
Allergy and Immunology. Although I am a specialist in internal
medicine, I routinely care for children in my practice. Prior to
completing my training in internal medicine, I cared for children,
as well as adults, for two years as a general practitioner. I
especially enjoy having children as my patients. I take special
satisfaction in solving medical problems that have troubled
patients for a long time.


My practice philosophy is that the patient comes first. My first
responsibility is the welfare of my patients. I spend the time
necessary to fully understand each patient's problem. My duty
is then to do all that I can to make each patient better.


I taught the subspecialty of allergy and immunology from 1991 to
2005 to fellows (internists and pediatricians who are training in
the specialty of allergy and immunology) and to residents
(physicians who are training to become internists and
pediatricians). I now hold a faculty appointment as Clinical
Professor Emeritus in the Departments of Internal Medicine and
Pediatrics at the Wayne State University School of Medicine,
Detroit, MI and Professor, Department of Internal Medicine,
Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine,
Rochester, MI.  I directed the training of allergy and immunology
specialists at Wayne State University from 1991 until 2000.


I am engaged in research relating to allergic and immunological
diseases. I continue to publish  original scientific papers and
perform basic science laboratory research.
Allergy and Immunology Ann Arbor  Michael R. Simon, M.D.