Curriculum Vitae

Brian A. Wells, MD, MPH, MSM

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bawells@gmail.com

Biographical Data

Date of Birth: Hidden                               Gender: Male

Place of Birth: Hidden                             Marital Status: Hidden

Citizenship: USA

Education

2008 – 2012                St. George’s University School of Medicine

Grenada,West Indies

Doctor of Medicine

2004 – 2005                University of Florida Warrington College of Business Administration

Gainesville, Florida

Master of Science in Business Management

2002 – 2004                University of Florida College of Public Health and Health Professions

Gainesville, Florida

Master of Public Health

1998 – 2002                University of Florida College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Gainesville, Florida

Bachelor of Science in Microbiology and Cell Science

Honors and Awards

2011                            Committee of Interns and Residents AMSA Conference Scholarship

2009                            Iota Epsilon Alpha, St. George’s University SOM

2008 & 2009               Dean’s List, St. George’s University SOM

2000 & 2001               Dean’s List, University of Florida

1998                            Phi Theta Kappa, St. John’s River Community College

Certifications

2011                            USMLE Step 2 CK

USMLE Step 2 CS

2010                            USMLE Step 1

2003                            HIV/AIDS Counselor

Academic Publications

FeinIA, Mullany LD, Wells BA, et al: Clinical and financial impact of erythropoietin: A study of pre-end stage renal disease patients in a high-risk specialty-case coordination program. J Managed Care Pharm 2005, 11(7):598.

FeinIA, Mullany LD, Wells BA, et al: Effect of erythropoietin on estimated GFR in anemic CKD patients. J Amer Soc Nephr 2006; 17:191A [poster presentation at Nov 2006 American Society of  Nephrology meeting]

FeinIA, Mullany LD, Wells BA, et al: Economic impact of erythropoietin on global health care costs in the management of CKD patients. J Amer Soc Nephr 2006; 17:344A. [poster presentation at Nov 2006 American Society of Nephrology meeting]

FeinIA, Wells BA,FeinAB, Talor Z: Renoprotective activity of erythropoietin in anemic patients with CKD.  [poster presentation at World Congress of Nephrology, April 2007]

FeinIA, Wells BA,FeinAB, Talor Z: Impact of erythropoietin on global disease burden of anemic CKD patients. [poster presentation at World Congress of Nephrology, April 2007]

Non-Academic Publications

Gross Anatomy professor brings lectures to iPhone: A visual subject, now with a visual study guide. – http://www.imedicalapps.com/2011/04/gross-anatomy-professor-iphone-visual-subject/

Medical Educator iPhone app gathers web resources to help UK medical students pass their exams – http://www.imedicalapps.com/2011/01/medical-educator-gathers-web-resources-to-help-uk-medical-students-pass-their-exams-iphone-app/

Brian Tutor HD app allows for anatomy learning by combining 3D and cross sectional views of the brain on the iPad – http://www.imedicalapps.com/2010/11/brain-tutor-hd-makes-learning-brain-anatomy-approachable-by-combining-3-dimensional-and-cross-sectional-views-of-the-brain-ipad/

Blausen Human Atlas provides beautifully rendered human anatomy and animations, useful for clinicians and patients – http://www.imedicalapps.com/2010/11/blausen-human-atlas-provides-beautifully-rendered-human-anatomy-and-animations-useful-for-clinicians-and-patients-iphone/

SurgAware aims to empower patients by increasing transparency of informed consent – http://www.imedicalapps.com/2010/10/surgaware-aims-to-increase-transparency-of-surgical-informed-consent-a-laudable-goal-iphone-app-review/

MD EzLabs app provides lab values info in conjunction with differential diagnoses – for free – http://www.imedicalapps.com/2010/10/md-ezlabs-iphone-medical-app-free/

Work Experience

2010 – present             Staff Writer at iMedicalApps.com

  • Provide application reviews and commentary on mHealth technologies

2005 – 2007                Senior Analyst / Systems Administrator at AvMed Health Plans

  • Designed medical/health informatics software and performed statistical analysis

2004 – 2005                Research Assistant at University of Florida

2003 – 2003                Sub-Investigator at Suwannee River Area Health Education Center

Extracurricular Activities

2010 – 2011                New York Cares,New York City,NY

  • Provide technology tutoring and job training to low income and unemployed individuals

2006 – 2006                United Way,Gainesville,FL

  • Organized community fund raising activities

2002 – 2004                Shands Hospital,Gainesville,FL

  • Volunteered in pediatrics, pediatric ICU, ER and radiology

Professional Organizations

2011 – present             American Medical Student Association

2011 – present            American College of Physicians

2011 – present             American Medical Informatics Association

2004 – present            American College of Healthcare Executives

2002 – present             American Public Health Association

Outside Interests

Scuba diving, skydiving, skiing, snowboarding, ice skating, reading history, reading/debating politics, reading business management and strategy

One Response

  1. Do you plan on doing a medical residency or go a different direction? interesting site.

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