Dr. Hutcheon's major areas of research interest are the diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic venous thromboembolism with a special interest in hypercoaguable states, and incorporating evidence-based medicine into quality improvement and cost-conscious decision making in internal medicine residency training. Dr. Hutcheon is also passionate about teaching residents how to initiate effective end-of-life and goals-of-care discussions.
Dr. Hutcheon earned his medical degree from Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. He then went on to complete his internship and residency from University of Pittsburgh Medical Center on the Internal Medicine-Clinical Scientist Track.
Case Western Reserve University: Dean's Scholarship, 2007-2011
Occidental College Department of Chemistry: Analytical Chemistry Award, 2001
Occidental College: Presidential Scholarship, 1998-2002