William Frederick Miser, MD, MA, FAAFP
Dr. Miser is the program director for the Family Medicine Residency Program at The Ohio State University College of Medicine in Columbus.
He completed his residency at the Eisenhower Army Medical Center in Ft. Gordon, Georgia, and earned his medical degree from The Ohio State University College of Medicine and his Master of Art (Social Sciences) Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Washington.
What are your greatest professional interests?
As a family physician my interests are broad, but I particularly enjoy preventive care, travel medicine, and care of those with diabetes mellitus. As an educator I enjoy the creativity of curriculum development. My scholarly activities involve the role of aspirin in the prevention of coronary artery disease.
What are your personal hobbies and interests?
Rooting for The Ohio State University Buckeyes, traveling, photography, and being involved in the lives of my children and grandchildren.
If you could wave a magic wand and change one thing about graduate medical education, what would it be?
That all medical students get exposed to the joy of being a family physician early in their education so they can make a better decision about their future career. If I got a second wish, I would like to see adequate GME funding that would allow us to provide the best education to our residents.