Khurshid Ghani, MD
Dr. Ghani is a Professor of Urology at the University of Michigan. He is a fellowship-trained robotic surgeon and endourologist. In 2014 Dr. Ghani was selected for the University of Michigan Patient Safety and Quality Leadership (PASQUAL) Scholars Program. As Program Director of MUSIC, Dr. Ghani plays a leadership role in all aspects of the collaborative’s operations and quality improvement activities.
James E. Montie, MD
Dr. Montie is a former Professor and Chair of the Department of Urology at the University of Michigan. He is an internationally-recognized authority in the field of urological oncology and also one of the pioneers of urological health services research.
David C. Miller, MD, MPH
Dr. David Miller is a Professor of Urology at the University of Michigan. He serves as the Strategy Advisor for MUSIC, providing significant input, guidance and direction on the strategic vision of the collaborative.
M. Hugh Solomon, MD
Dr. Solomon is a urologist with nearly 40 years of diverse experience in the field. He practiced at IHA Urology for 35 years before joining the MUSIC Coordinating Center as a consultant. As a MUSIC Consultant, Dr. Solomon affords his expertise across many of the program’s initiatives, serving as a key leader and adviser as MUSIC continues its mission to make Michigan #1 in urologic care.
Arvin George, MD
Prostate Program Director
Dr. George is an Assistant Professor of Urology at Michigan Medicine. He is a fellowship trained urologic oncologist and endourologist with clinical interests focused on novel prostate cancer imaging, diagnostics, and treatment. As the MUSIC Prostate Programs Director, Dr. George plays a vital role in leading the collaborative to improve the quality of care for prostate cancer patients with a specific focus on active surveillance, prostate MRI, transperineal prostate biopsy, patient-reported outcomes following treatment, and readmissions following prostatectomy.
Alice Semerjian, MD
Prostate Program Physician Lead
Dr. Alice Semerjian is a Board Certified Urologist and Director of Urologic Oncology at St. Joseph Mercy Ann Arbor. She provides physician leadership and expertise for the large prostate QI portfolio of projects. She also serves as a physician leader for the MUSIC KIDNEY program.
Casey Dauw, MD
ROCKS Program Director
Dr. Dauw is an Assistant Professor of Urology at the Michigan Medicine. He is a fellowship trained endourologist with clinical interests focused on kidney stone disease and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). As the MUSIC ROCKS Program Director, Dr. Dauw plays a vital role in leading the collaborative to improve the quality of care for kidney stone patients with a specific focus on avoiding modifiable Emergency Department visits following ureteroscopy (URS) and shockwave lithotripsy (SWL).
Brian Lane, MD, PhD
KIDNEY Program Director
Dr. Lane is Chief of Urology at Spectrum Health Medical Group and an Associate Professor of Urology at Michigan State University. He is a fellowship-trained urological oncologist with a clinical practice devoted to the care of patients with kidney, prostate, bladder and other urological cancers. As the MUSIC KIDNEY Program Director, Dr. Lane leads the collaborative to improving care for localized renal mass patients throughout Michigan.
Susan M. Linsell, BS, MHSA
Senior Program Manager
Susan Linsell is the MUSIC Senior Program Manager with a background in both Industrial Engineering and Health Services Administration, and is Lean Six Sigma Black Belt certified. She leads the administrative and operational aspects of MUSIC and serves as the primary point of contact for participating practices and those outside the collaborative. She also provides oversight of all program quality improvement activities and analytic work.
Anna Johnson, MS
Associate Program Manager
Anna Johnson is the MUSIC Associate Program Manager, overseeing the day-to-day operations of MUSIC. Anna serves as the program manager for MUSIC KIDNEY and project manager for the Prostate MRI/Fusion Biopsy and G-MINOR quality improvement initiatives. She also provides database oversight and coordinates the data quality site audits.
Stephanie Ferrante, BS
Stephanie Ferrante is a Project Manager for MUSIC. She serves as the project manager for several of the prostate initiatives including the transperinal prostate biopsy implementation, Notable Outcomes and Trackable Events after Surgery (NOTES), MUSIC Pain-control Optimization Pathway (MPOP), and several Movember projects including the Personal Patient Profile-Prostate (P3P), GAP3, and TrueNTH Global Registry. Stephanie is also responsible for MUSIC marketing and branding, ensuring the quality of the data in the MUSIC registry and local implementation of quality improvement initiatives.
Bronson Conrado, BS, MHSA
Bronson Conrado is a MUSIC project manager with a background in clinical operations management, quality improvement/innovation, data analytics, and is LEAN certified. He serves as the project manager overseeing the various quality improvement initiatives specific to the Reducing Operative Complications from Kidney Stones (ROCKS) program. Bronson is also responsible for ensuring the data quality for the MUSIC registry as well as local implementation of quality improvement initiatives, among other responsibilities.
Mahin Mirza, MPH
Mahin Mirza serves as a Project Manager for multiple MUSIC initiatives including prostate Active Surveillance and Radical Prostatectomy video review, as well as the ROCKS Patient-Reported Outcomes (PRO) program. She also assists with daily operations and supports the implementation of quality improvement activities within the participating sites.
Ji Qi, MS
Ji Qi is the senior statistician for MUSIC. He provides statistical consulting and analytic support on a wide range of quality improvement, academic and operational projects, with a focus mainly on MUSIC Prostate and KIDNEY programs..
Rabia Martin is the Database Manager for MUSIC. She spearheads and oversees local data abstraction, provides keen insight in the development and enhancement of the registry, provides training and education to data abstractors, and serves as a primary point of contact for data abstraction related inquiries. Rabia is also the Project Manager of the Patient Reported Outcomes program (PRO) overseeing all operations of the project.
Corinne Labardee, MPH
Corinne Labardee has a background in public health education and promotion. She assists with day-to-day operations, local data registry entry and maintenance, and event planning. Corinne manages MUSIC’s social media platform, maintains the program’s website, and aids in the coordination of quality improvement projects, among other responsibilities.