Tim J. Watt, MD, FAANS, and FAAAAM is a Kansas native who attended Wichita State University getting degrees in biology, chemistry, and psychology. He then entered the MD / Ph.D. program at the University of Kansas where he studied seizures while in graduate school. Dr. Watt did his surgical internship and residency in neurological surgery at the State University of New York Upstate. While there, he did award-winning research on brain tumors. Major Watt is a veteran of the US Army first serving with the 357 Combat Support Hospital where he was Chief of Surgery and then at Tripler Army Medical Center where he was Assistant Chief Neurosurgery and head of Pediatric Neurosurgery. After the Army, Dr. Watt entered private practice while also holding academic appointments at the University of Nebraska Medical School, Union College, and the University of South Dakota Medical School. Dr. Watt became interested in wellness and preventive medicine in 2003 becoming the first doctor to ever be Board Certified in both Neurosurgery and Anti-Aging Medicine. He has completed Fellowships in Anti-Aging Functional and Rejuvenative Medicine as well as Metabolic Medicine and Functional Endocrinology.
After 35 years of neurosurgical practice, Dr. Watt left surgery to work full-time at Cenegenics as his passion for helping patients was better served by keeping people healthy rather than trying to fix them after they became so ill they needed an operation. Dr. Watt is a Fellow of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons and the American Association of Anti-Aging Medicine.