Dr. Bob Gramling joined The University of Vermont Medical Center as the inaugural Holly and Bob Miller Chair in Palliative Medicine
and the inaugural Chief of the Division of Palliative Medicine in the Department of Family Medicine at the UVM College of Medicine. His clinical, research and teaching focuses on understanding and promoting high quality communication between patients, families and their clinicians in the context of advanced and life threatening illness.
His specialties include palliative medicine and hospice care.
Prior to joining the UVM Medical Center, Dr. Gramling was an associate professor in Family Medicine, Public Health and Nursing, and research co-director in the Division of Palliative Care at the University of Rochester, New York.
Dr. Gramling has authored more than 70 publications and received research funding from the National Institutes of Health, The National Palliative Care Research Center, the Greenwall Bioethics Foundation and the American Cancer Society and is a recognized leader in palliative and hospice care.
Learn more about Palliative Medicine
at the UVM Medical Center.