Dr. Anthony received a BA in music from Swarthmore College and attended the Bowman Gray School of Medicine, receiving his MD in 1997. Shortly after completing his family medicine residency at Brown University, he started the NRSA Academic Fellowship at Boston University. During his time in Boston, he completed a Masters of Science in Epidemiology and became interested in statistical methods for primary care research. He returned to Brown in 2003 as the Assistant Director of Predoctoral Education in Family Medicine. Dr. Anthony teaches in the Family Medicine Clerkship, is the course director for the Family Medicine Elective, and is the faculty advisor to the Family Medicine Interest Group. As a researcher, he and his BU colleagues have received funding from AHRQ for a randomized trial of the effect of the Re-Engineered Discharge on hospital utilization and adverse events. He is currently researching novel methods for diagnosing and prognosticating diabetes.