Michael K. McCloud, M.D.
- Clinical Professor of Medicine
Duke University-trained geriatrician Michael K. McCloud is a clinician-educator whose focus is on optimal wellness after age 65. He has special interest in the post-diagnostic management of memory-impaired older adults. He developed the UC Davis Internal Medicine Faculty Practice, and co-directs the Geriatric Clinic. He is a founding member of the medical-scientific council of the Alzheimer’s Association of Northern California and lectures nationally on issues of aging and health. Dr. McCloud is the creator and course director of UC Davis’ acclaimed program "Medical Science and Aging: A Mini Medical School to Prepare for Life’s Second Half." Since 2001, this tuition-free program has opened the doors of UC Davis School of Medicine to more than 2500 individuals to learn the secrets of healthy aging from top faculty members. Dr. McCloud’s mission is to improve health care delivery to older adults, and to excite young physicians and nurses into geriatric careers.
M.D., Ohio State University College of Medicine, Columbus, Ohio, 1976
B.S., Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, 1973
St. Mary's Hospital & Medical Center, San Francisco, California, 1977-1979
Duke University Geriatric Medicine Program, Durham, North Carolina, 1995-1996
American Board of Internal Medicine, 1979
American Board of Internal Medicine, Geriatric Medicine, 1996
American Board of Internal Medicine, Geriatric Medicine, 2006
Alzheimer's Association, Medical-Scientific Council
American College of Physicians
American Geriatrics Society
Select Recent Publications
"Practical Geriatrics for an Aging Nation" The New York Times, Sunday, March 9, 1997
"Subdural Hematoma and Lupus Anticoagulants" Moll S; McCloud M; Ortel T; Stroke 1997 March, 28(3)