Our Fellows

Claire DeBolt, MD, PGY-5 

Claire DeBolt, MD, PGY-5 

Hi! My name is Claire DeBolt. I am from San Diego, California, and received my undergraduate degree from the University of California, Los Angeles. I went to UVA for medical school and then bounced back to California, where I did my Internal Medicine Residency at the University of California, San Francisco. While I loved all of my time in California, I missed Charlottesville and had such a great experience here as a medical student that I came back for my fellowship training. The faculty in Pulmonary & Critical Care and in Clinical Informatics were extremely supportive of me pursuing a combined fellowship pathway. My hope is to combine my interests in clinical outcomes research, quality improvement, and clinical informatics to advance critical care. I am thrilled to be training again at UVA!




Past Fellows

Tim Layng, DO, Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine

Tim Layng, DO, Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, University of Virginia 
I am originally from Pennsylvania and received my undergraduate degree from a small college in Bethlehem called Moravian, where I was also on the track and field team. I headed down to VCOM in Blacksburg for medical school, and Virginia has held on to me ever since. I completed my emergency medicine residency at VCU in Richmond where I served as a chief resident. I developed an interest in Clinical Informatics while at VCU and was very excited to complete my fellowship in CI here! Throughout my fellowship, I was involved in a variety of projects that spanned all aspects of informatics including clinical decision support, Epic certifications, database training, and SQL, quality improvement, and telemedicine via implementation of Virtual Urgent Care. I’ve enjoyed working with everyone here at UVA and am very excited to stay on as faculty in the Department of Emergency Medicine.