Cornell University Medical College, 1987-1991- New York, NY - MD, May, 1991
Dartmouth College, 1983-1987 - Hanover, NH - B.A., Chemistry, 1987 - Phi Beta Kappa, Summa Cum Laude
University of Vermont 1996-present University of Vermont Medical Center - Professor, Mohs Surgeon, Division of Dermatology
Alpha Omega Alpha, Junior Elect, Senior President 1990-1991
Upjohn Achievement Award 1991
Lemmon Company Outstanding Student Award 1991
Appleton and Lange Award for Outstanding Achievement 1991
William C. Thro Memorial Sophomore Pathology Prize 1989
Phi Beta Kappa, Junior Elect 1986
Summa Cum Laude 1987
Haseltine Chemistry and Physics Prize 1987
Rufus Choate Scholar 1984-1987
Francis L. Towne Scientific Prize 1985
Leon Burr Richardson Chemistry Prize 1984
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