University of Wisconsin-Madison
A graduate of the University of Notre Dame, Timothy Kamp attended medical school at the University of Chicago, receiving his doctorate in pharmacological and physiological sciences in 1987 and a medical degree in 1989. While at the University of Chicago, Kamp received the Medical Alumni Association prize for most outstanding research presentation and the Harry Ginsburg Memorial prize for outstanding students in physiology. He completed his Internal Medicine residency and fellowship in Cardiovascular Medicine at Johns Hopkins Hospital in 1996, receiving an American Heart Association research fellowship and the Howard Hughes post-doctoral fellowship for physicians.
Kamp joined the faculty of the University of Wisconsin Cardiovascular Medicine Division in 1996 and is currently an Associate Professor of Medicine with an affiliate appointment in Physiology. He has served as Associate Director for the Medical Scientist Training program at UW since 1999. His teaching activities focus on cardiac physiology and pharmacology. Kamp trains graduate students in several cross-departmental programs, including medical scientists (MD/PhD), molecular and cellular pharmacology, and cellular and molecular biology. Board certified in Internal Medicine and Cardiovascular Disease, Kamp’s clinical activities include general cardiology with an emphasis on noninvasive cardiac electrophysiology and heart failure. He is a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology and a Fellow of the American Heart Association.