Michael M. McKee, M.D., M.P.H., is an assistant professor at the Department of Family Medicine, University of Michigan Medical School. Dr. McKee is a family physician with clinical and research expertise in disability health. As a physician with a hearing loss, he is especially interested in advocating for the rights of Deaf and hard of hearing patients to obtain equitable health care. His research focus includes health disparities for individuals with various disabilities, health information accessibility, health literacy, and telemedicine applications. He is also interested in the application of eye trackers and mixed methodologies to study how individuals acquire health information through visual and incidental learning opportunities. Dr. McKee is the current president of the Association of Medical Professionals with Hearing Losses (AMPHL) His research interests are: health care for deaf and hard of hearing populations; deaf and hard of hearing health; health literacy; health communication, health disparities for linguistic minority populations; hearing loss; access to health information; telemedicine; disability health.