Thomas Buell MD



Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX
Doctorate of Medicine, June 2013

The University of Texas at Austin
B.S. Electrical Engineering with High Honors, December 2005
Emphasis in Computer Architecture and Embedded Systems
Senior Project: Tremor Monitoring System for Movement Disorders

Professional Experience:

Resident Physician, University of Virginia Dept of Neurological Surgery, 6/2013 to Present
Neurointerventional Fellow, University of Virginia Depts of Neurological Surgery and Radiology, 7/2016 to 7/2017
Electrical Engineer, Wintegra Inc, 2005 to 2007

Clinical and Research Interests:

Complex spine surgery, open cerebrovascular and endovascular surgery

Recent Publications from US National Library of Medicine and PubMed


2017 Crutchfield, Cage, and Thomson Award (2nd Place Clinical Research)
2014 Crutchfield, Cage, and Thomson Award (Best Basic Science Research)
2012 Mission Connect Neurotrauma Award
2011-12 Baylor College of Medicine Medical Student Research Scholarship (Traumatic Brain Injury)
2004 Distinguished College Scholar (University of Texas)
2003-05 W. C. Dusty and Doris Duesterhoeft Endowed Presidential Scholarship in Electrical and Computer Engineering