Dr. Carl V. Tyler, Jr. M.D.
Carl V. Tyler, Jr., M.D., M.S., C.A.Q.-Geriatrics, is Coordinator of Geriatric Education and Research at the Fairview / Cleveland Clinic Family Medicine Residency in Cleveland, Ohio.
Following medical school, Dr. Tyler completed one year of post-graduate training in psychiatry and human behavior at the University of California-Irvine, followed by three years of post-graduate training in family practice at Fairview Hospital. In his private practice, he began working with adults with intellectual disabilities who were newly de-institutionalized. He now teaches and conducts research on the health care needs of adults with intellectual disabilities.
Currently, Dr. Tyler is a National Institutes of Health-sponsored Practice-Based Research (design and methodology) post-doctoral fellow at Case Western Reserve University. There, he is learning new methods to study and improve the quality of health care for adults with intellectual disabilities.
He is a graduate of Northeastern Ohio University College of Medicine.