Bio for Timothy Fries, M.D. Timothy Fries, M.D.Associate ProfessorDepartment of Neurological Sciences Contact Information E-mail: Timothy.Fries@uvm.eduPhone: Clinic: 802-847-4589Office Location: Fletcher Allen Health Care, 111 Colchester Avenue, Patrick 5, Burlington, Vermont 05401 Education1977-1981: M.D., University of Minnesota Medical School, St. Paul, MN1974-1977: B.A., Psychology, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MNAcademic InterestsClinical uses of botulinum toxin in neurological disordersMedical educationExpertisePeripheral electrophysiology including conventional EMG, SFEMG, Intra-Op EMG, ANS testing, quantitative sensory testing and MUNEAcademic Appointments2002-present: Neurology Clerkship Director, University of Vermont College of Medicine1987-present: Associate Professor of Neurology, University of Vermont College of MedicineClinical Appointments2002-present: Vice Chair Education, Section of Neurology, Fletcher Allen Health Care1995-present: Director, The Botulinum Toxin Clinic, Fletcher Allen Health Care 1987-present: Director, The Electromyography Laboratory, Fletcher Allen Health CareBoard Certification1994: Diplomate in the Subspecialty of Clinical Neurophysiology, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology1987: Active Member, American Association of Electromyography and Electrodiagnosis (Board Certified, EMG)1986: Board Certification in Neurology, American Boards of Psychiatry and Neurology1984: Diplomate, National Board of Medical ExaminersLicensure1985-present: Medical Licensure, State of VermontAwards and Honors1999: Director of Advanced Basic Neuroscience Core - Clinical Neuroscience Course awarded Dean's Achievement Award1973-1974: Distinguished Scholar, College of St. Thomas1969-1973: Valedictorian, Bausch & Lomb Science Award, Cretin H.S. Professional Activities2002-present: Consortium of Neurology Clerkship Directors1994-present: Director, Neurology Resident Inservice Review Course, UVM1991-present: Faculty Instructor, Clinical Neuroscience Course, University of Vermont College of Medicine1991-present: Director, Freshman & Sophomore Clerkship in Neurology (now called Doctoring Skills Course), UVM1991-present: Faculty Instructor, Clinical Neuroscience Course (Senior Physical Therapy Students), University of Vermont College of Medicine1991-present: Advancement Committee, University of Vermont College of Medicine1990-present: Faculty Instructor, Basic Neuroscience Course, University of Vermont1990-present: Faculty Instructor, Neural Science Course (Freshman Medical Students), University of Vermont College of Medicine1985-present: Member, American Academy of Neurology (AAN)1985-present: Member, American Association of Neuromuscular and Electrodiagnostic MedicinePublicationsApplebee A, Ramundo M, Kirkpatrick BD, Fries TJ, Panitch H. Intramedullary spinal cord abscess in a healthy woman. Neurology 68(15):1230, 2007.Shefner JM, Cudkowicz MD, Zhang H, Schoefeld D, Jillapalli D, and the Northeast ALS Consortium*: Revised Statistical MUNE in the Celebrex/ALS Trial. Muscle & Nerve. 35(2):228-34, 2007.Shefner JM, Cudkowicz MD, Zhang H, Schoefeld D, Jillapalli D, and the Northeast ALS Consortium*: The use of statistical MUNE in a multicenter clinical trial, Muscle & Nerve 30:463, 2004.Skljarevski V, Khoshyomn S, Fries TJ: Apoplexy in the setting of coronary angiography. J Neuroimaging 13(3):276, 2003.Haq RU, Pendlebury WW, Fries TJ, Tandan R. Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyradiculoneuropathy in diabetic patients. Muscle & Nerve, 27:465, 2003.To see more of Dr. Fries' publications, please visit PubMed.