Research & Publications
Dr. Caldwell graduated from Bates College in Maine and the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. He trained in Internal Medicine at Yale-New Haven Hospital, following which he completed a Fellowship in Gastroenterology and Liver Disease at the University of Michigan Medical Center, focusing in Transplant Hepatology and becoming UNOS (United Network Organ Sharing) certified. Thereafter he was a member of the full time faculty in the Gastroenterology Division at Barnes Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine, where he later became co-director of Transplant Hepatology at Barnes. In 1998 he returned to New Haven and joined the clinical faculty of Yale New Haven Transplant Center (YNHTC) with an appointment as Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine at Yale School of Medicine.
A full time clinician, Dr. Caldwell also mentors trainees in Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology and he is a recipient of the Vincent Deluca Award for Outstanding Teacher of Gastroenterology Fellows at Yale School of Medicine.
Dr. Caldwell is board certified in both Gastroenterology (ABIM recertified 2015) and Transplant Hepatology (ABIM recertified 2018). A member of the ACG (American College of Gastroenterology), AASLD (American Association for the Study of Liver Disease), and AST (American Society of Transplant), he serves on numerous committees including the Connecticut chapter of ALF (American Liver Foundation) and the organization Donate Life.
Education & Training
- FellowUniversity of Michigan (1996)
- ResidentYale-New Haven Hospital (1992)
- MDUniversity of Pittsburgh School of Medicine (1989)
- MSTufts University (1982)
- BSBates College (1980)
Honors & Recognition
|Vincent Deluca Award for Outstanding Teacher of Gastroenterology Fellows||Yale School of Medicine Digestive Diseases Section||2001|
|John Vecchio Teaching Award of Medical Residents||Hospital of Saint Raphael Campus||1993|