Hi there, I’m Tim Plante and I’m a physician scientist at the UVM Larner College of Medicine. I’m a general internist practicing inpatient hospitalist medicine and outpatient thrombosis medicine at the UVM Medical Center. My research interests are cardiovascular disease epidemiology and the practical application of technology for the prevention of chronic disease. I’m a member of the Laboratory for Clinical Biochemistry Research where I am pursuing my epidemiology research.
I grew up in Vermont and graduated from UVM in 2006 (BA) and 2011 (MD). I completed my internal medicine training at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington DC in 2014 and a T32-sponsored fellowship in General Internal Medicine at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in 2017, picking up an MHS in clinical epidemiology from the Bloomberg School of Public Health along the way. I joined UVM faculty in 2017. I run the collaborative medical website, Wiki Journal Club, which I started my intern year at Georgetown.
The purpose of this website is to post musings related to my professional life, write down my thoughts about productivity, and document some sample Stata scripts that other folks may find useful. You can find me on twitter at @tbplante.
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