Timothy received his medical degree and master of science in medical biochemistry from the University of Maryland School of Medicine, and his MPH from the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health where he focused on epidemiology and biostatistics. His clinical interests are in surgery and critical care, and his research interests are in applying causal inference and bayesian inference to clinical outcomes. Timothy is particularly passionate about rigorous methods and well conducted research. He currently holds a position as a post-doctoral research fellow at Boston University in the Dept of Surgery, and his current research projects involve social disparities in surgical care, incidental mass identification and follow up, process implementation, and the utilization of palliative care among surgical specialties.
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My wife is a physician at Brigham and Women's Hospital.
I am an employee of Boston University and receive a salary related to my research, teaching, and consulting activities there.
Unpaid positions (current)
I review articles for journals in my specialty, surgery.