Dr. Mosed-Vogel went into colorectal surgery because she loved surgery, yet wanted to be an expert in one area of the body. Her uncle died of colon cancer at 36, and Dr. Mosed-Vogel wants to educate people about the importance of prevention.
Dr. Mosed-Vogel earned her medical degree from Wayne State University and completed both her post doctoral training and research fellowships at William Beaumont Hospital. She is board certified by the American College of Surgeons and the American College of Colon and Rectal Surgeons.
Dr. Mosed-Vogel has given talks on a variety of subjects, including inflammatory bowel disease and colon cancer prevention. Her goal is to make patients feel comfortable, despite the rather uncomfortable nature of their problems.
Dr. Mosed-Vogel’s second full-time job is as a wife and mother of three sons.