Martin Lindsey Bocks MD

Assistant Professor, Adult Congenital Heart
Pediatric Cardiology, Adult Congenital Heart
Clinical Interests:

Pediatric and Adult Interventional Cardiac Catheterization, Adult Congenital Heart Disease

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U of M Adult Congenital Heart Disease Program

Cardiovascular Center
1500 E Medical Center Dr., SPC 5853
Ann Arbor

U of M Pediatric Cardiology

C.S. Mott Children's Hospital Floor 11 Room 661
1540 E Hospital Dr SPC 5204
Ann Arbor


Medical School or Training

  • Wayne State University School of Medicine, 2000


  • University of Michigan Health System, Internal Medicine and Pediatrics, MI, 2004


  • Pediatric Cardiology, University of Michigan Health System, 2007

  • Pediatric Interventional Cardiac Catheterization, University of Michigan Health System, 2008

Professional Organizations

  • American Heart Association

  • Alpha Omega Alpha

  • Fellow, American College of Cardiology

  • Member, Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions

  • Member, American Society for Artificial Internal Organs

Board Certification

  • Internal Medicine

  • Pediatric Cardiology


Dr. Bocks’ research focuses mainly on medical device development. His primary device project is on developing an implantable cardiac pressure sensor to monitor the ambulatory pulmonary artery pressure in functional single ventricles patients following Fontan operation. In addition, Dr. Bocks is involved in a multidisciplinary team to use novel bioresorbable materials to develop devices for use in pediatric atrial septal defect closure and stent implantation. He is an investigator within the University of Michigan Extracorporeal Life Support Research Laboratory and is involved in numerous ongoing projects in the lab. Dr. Bocks continues to lead a prospective longitudinal study to characterize aspirin responsiveness in the congenital heart disease population with the goal to determine if a simple blood test can accurately predict which patients are at increased risk for abnormal blood clot formation. Finally, Dr. Bocks participates in numerous clinical research projects involving interventional cardiac catheterization procedures performed at the University of Michigan.