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Benjamin Littenberg MD

Benjamin Littenberg MD

Henry and Carleen Tufo Professor of Medicine and Professor of Nursing, University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont

Benjamin Littenberg, MD, is the Henry and Carleen Tufo Professor of Medicine as well as Professor of Nursing, Director of General Internal Medicine, and Director of the Graduate Program in Clinical and Translational Science at the University of Vermont. He is an Internist specializing in Primary Care with research interests in epidemiology, health services delivery, quality improvement, public health and technology assessment. He has done randomized clinical trials, decision models, and meta-analyses, as well as analyses of large data sets.


Benjamin Littenberg was a consultant to the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene about the development of the AIC registry and served on the Department’s A1C Registry Advisory Board from 2006 to 2012.