Dr. Warren E. Woodruff is the son of Dr. William H. Woodruff and the husband of Dr. Amira May Woodruff. Dr. Woodruff completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor with a major in Psychology and a minor in African-American Studies in addition to his pre-dental studies. Dr. Woodruff received his Doctor of Dental Surgery (D.D.S.) degree from the University of Michigan School of Dentistry. During his final year of dental school, Dr. Woodruff completed a two-week dental mission trip with four of his classmates in Kenya where he provided dental care to over 600 children and adults. Dr. Woodruff also served on the National Executive Board of the Student National Dental Association while in dental school.
Dr. Woodruff believes that one should never stop learning. He frequently takes continuing education courses to stay up to date with the latest technology and advances in the field of dentistry.
Dr. Woodruff is a strong believer in mentorship and dental outreach. He has volunteered at dental clinics and career days at various local schools and health fairs. Dr. Woodruff mentors underrepresented minorities with aspirations of entering the dental profession. He is also a member of the University of Michigan Alumni Association.
Dr. Woodruff has many interests outside of dentistry. They include traveling, technology, video editing, movies, home design and photography. Dr. Woodruff enjoys playing golf and basketball. Dr. Woodruff was raised in West Bloomfield and attended West Bloomfield High School, where his ambition, competitiveness and scholastic achievement were evident. Dr. Woodruff was captain of the varsity basketball team and earned numerous scholar-athlete honors. He is an avid sports fan of all of the Detroit sports teams and the University of Michigan football and basketball teams. Dr. Woodruff attends Hope United Methodist Church in Southfield, Michigan.