Michael Marvin, MD, FACS


Dr. Marvin is an actively practicing transplant surgeon in Louisville, KY. He is currently the Chief of the Division of Transplantation and Director of Liver Transplantation at Jewish Hospital, and Associate Professor of Surgery at the University of Louisville. Prior to his relocation to Louisville, Dr. Marvin was a liver transplant and hepatobiliary surgeon at Westchester Medical Center, Valhalla, New York.  In January, 2007, he co-founded Pronia Medical Systems, LLC, the developer of the FDA-cleared Glucocare IGC System, an insulin-dosing calculator utilized in multiple intensive care units in NY, KY and IN to help manage blood sugar levels in critically ill patients. Current customers include:  Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Westchester Medical Center, Jewish Hospital (part of KentuckyOne Health and Catholic Health Initiatives), among others.

Dr. Marvin graduated Summa Cum Laude/Phi Beta Kappa from Muhlenberg College, Allentown, Pa in 1988. He then attended Medical School at Columbia University’s College of Physician’s and Surgeons (1988-1992), where he was elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha medical honor society. Following graduation, Dr. Marvin completed a decade of training at Columbia University’s New York Presbyterian Hospital which included surgical internship and residency, three years of basic science research and a two-year multi-organ (kidney, pancreas and liver) transplant fellowship.