Dr. Timothy D. Imler is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Indiana University School of Medicine, Research Scientist at Regenstrief Institute, and Primary Investigator and Inventor of the Tracking Real-time Assessment of Quality Monitoring in Endoscopy system Tracking Real-time Assessment of Quality Monitoring in Endoscopy (TRAQ-ME).

He graduated from Miami University in 2002 with degrees in Finance and Zoology and attended Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine graduating in 2006. He completed his Internal Medicine, Gastroenterology and Medical Informatics Fellowships at Indiana University finishing in 2013. He served as Chief Medical Resident at Indiana University Hospital and joined the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology in 2013.

His major research interests is in the translational work of utilizing informatics tools within gastrointestinal endoscopy utilizing natural language processing (NLP) and clinical decision support (CDS) to track quality and provide feedback to clinicians.