David Eng, M.D.

David Eng, M.D. USAP Bio

About Me
I was drawn to the field of anesthesia due to the unique requirement for both critical thinking and hands-on technical skills. I also realized that the OR was my favorite place in the hospital! Due to my interests in imaging and managing complex heart disease, I pursued a specialty experience in anesthesia for heart surgery. It is very satisfying to be in a medical field with so many ongoing advancements in drug therapy, monitoring techniques, and patient safety.


Personal Interests
Trail running, hiking, exploring Seattle, Texas BBQ, college football/basketball, failing at astrophotography, aspiring triathlete, and being the best dad I can be


Areas of Clinical Interests
- Pharmacological and physiological approach to hemodynamic derangements
- Electrophysiology
- Pain management in chest surgery
- Liver pathophysiology


Board Certification
Certified, American Board of Anesthesiology
Diplomate, National Board of Echocardiography


University of Michigan Health System - 2008-2011


University of Michigan Health System - 2011-2012


University of Michigan Medical School - 2007-2008


Medical/Graduate School
University of Michigan Medical School - 2003-2007


Eng DR, and Dubovoy AO. High Left Ventricular Vent Return Following LVAD and RVAD Placement in a Patient with a Mechanical Aortic Valve. Journal of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Anesthesia, Volume 28 (1) – Feb 2014
Kim HR, Wheeler MA, Wilson CM, Iida J, Eng D, Simpson MA, McCarthy JB, Bullard KM. Hyaluronan Facilitates Invasion of Colon Carcinoma Cells in vitro via Interaction with CD44. Cancer Research 2004 Jul 1; 64(13):4569-76
Kasten SJ, Levi B, Eng D, Schenarts KA. Toward Outcomes-Based Plastic Surgery Training: A Needs Assessment of Recent Graduates. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 2009 Nov; 124 (5): 1703-10