Location

Rochester, Minnesota

Contact

Wiley.Brandon@mayo.edu Clinical Profile

SUMMARY

Brandon M. Wiley, M.D., is a cardiac intensivist and echocardiographer with interest in the intersection of ultrasound imaging and critical care medicine. Specially, Dr. Wiley seeks to improve the application of ultrasound imaging of critical care patients through educational and novel research projects. In addition, Dr. Wiley is involved in hemodynamic and interventional echocardiography projects.

Focus areas

  • Critical care ultrasound
  • Ultrasound assessment of heart-lung physiology
  • Interventional echocardiography

Significance to patient care

Dr. Wiley's goal is to improve patient care in the intensive care unit through the use of ultrasound imaging. He hopes to attain this goal through a combination of educational and research projects that aim to develop feasible ultrasound parameters and protocols that directly impact patient care at the bedside.

Professional highlights

  • Emerging editorial consultant, Journal of the American College of Cardiology: Cardiovascular Imaging, 2017-present

PUBLICATIONS

See my publications

PROFESSIONAL DETAILS

Primary Appointment

  1. Senior Associate Consultant, Division of Ischemic Heart Disease and Critical Care, Department of Cardiovascular Medicine

Academic Rank

  1. Assistant Professor of Medicine

EDUCATION

  1. Fellow - Critical Care Medicine National Institute of Health
  2. Fellow - Echocardiography Mount Sinai Hospital
  3. Fellow - General Cardiology, Academic Track Mount Sinai Hospital
  4. Residency - Internal Medicine Residency Department of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco
  5. MD Temple University School of Medicine
  6. Master of Science - Chemistry University of California- San Diego
  7. Visiting Student - Accelerated Spanish Language Program Universidad Del Pais Vasco
  8. BS - Chemistry/Biochemistry University of California- San Diego
  9. Visiting Student - Study Abroad University of California- San Diego
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