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Tim Bernard, MD

Assistant Professor, Pediatrics-Neurology
Bernard
Clinic Phones: 720-777-6895, 303-724-0724

Specialty: Child Neurology

Location: Aurora - Children's Hospital Colorado

Clinical Interest for Patients: My many clinical interests include childhood stroke, childhood CSVT, and childhood obesity.
Conditions & Treatments:
  • Blood / Lymphatic System - Clotting Disorders
  • Brain and Nervous System - Stroke
  • Child and Teen Health
  • Food, Nutrition and Metabolism - Obesity
General Information
Gender: Male
Language: English
Personal Interests: In my spare time, I enjoy skiing, golfing, and spending time with my six year old twins.
Volunteer Activities: Board Member, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Montebello/Aurora Community Board
Education and Training
Medical Schools
MD, University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry (2001)

Undergraduate Schools
BA, Middlebury College (VT) (1994)

Internships
University of Colorado (Children’s Hospital Colorado) Program (2002)

Residency Program
University of Colorado (Children’s Hospital Colorado) Program, Psychiatry and Neurology - Child Neurology (2006)

Specialty Information
Specialty
Psychiatry and Neurology - Child Neurology (2007) Recertification (2009)

Conditions & Treatments:
  • Blood / Lymphatic System - Clotting Disorders
  • Brain and Nervous System - Stroke
  • Child and Teen Health
  • Food, Nutrition and Metabolism - Obesity

Practice Locations
Hospital Affiliation
Children's Hospital Colorado

Clinical Location
Children's Hospital Colorado
13123 East 16th Avenue
Aurora, CO 80045
720-777-1234
800-624-6553
Appointments: 720-777-1234
Website

Job Titles
Academic - Assistant Professor
Other - Co-Director, Pediatric Stroke Program

Department, Section / Division
Pediatrics, Pediatrics-Neurology

Center Affiliations
Hemophilia and Thrombosis Center

Recognition & Awards
The Children’s Hospital, University of Colorado Denver, Outstanding Fellow Teaching Award (2006)
a single fellow selected annually by pediatric residents for dedication and excellence in teaching.

Clinical Faculty Scholars Program, University of Colorado Denver, Scholar (2008)

The Children’s Hospital, University of Colorado Denver, The Century Award (2009)
a single assistant professor awarded annually for leadership potential

Professional Memberships
International Pediatric Stroke Study
Child Neurology Society
American Heart Association
Society for Pediatric Research
Research & Grants
$ 735,000 - NIH, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. Investigation of Prognostic Factors in Childhood-Onset AIS: Role of Stroke Subtype and Biomarkers of Hypercoagulability (2010)

Website
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed?term="Bernard TJ"[Author]

Research Interests
I study children with stroke, and try to understand the mechanisms behind why children have strokes. Specifically, I investigate the potential of hypercoagulable and inflammatory biomarkers in prognosticating outcome and recurrence in childhood-onset arterial ischemic stroke.
Information for Referring Providers
Clinical Interests for Referring Providers: My many clinical interests include childhood stroke, childhood CSVT, and childhood obesity. Key Word: Blood Clot

Research Interest for Referring Providers: We are trying to use special global assays to ascertain which patients are at higher risk for recurrent stroke after their initial event. In addition, I'm interested in studying classification of childhood stroke since childhood stroke is a rare disease. All efforts to determine risk factors, treatments and outcomes need to be multicenter, therefore having a well validated and reliable classification system is imperative in studying this disease.

Hospital Affiliation
Children's Hospital Colorado

Clinical Location: Aurora - Children's Hospital Colorado

Clinic Phones: 720-777-6895, 303-724-0724

Fax Phone: 720-777-7197
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