Initially from Colorado, Brian obtained a B.A. in Economics at Bowdoin College where he also played ice hockey. Immediately after college he spent two years teaching high school physics and health education courses. He then completed a post-baccalaureate program at Boston University prior to attending University of Michigan for medical school. During medical school, he took a year off to complete a masters degree in clinical research and also worked as a student research fellow at the Center for Healthcare Outcomes & Policy (CHOP). His main interests lie in improving the quality and safety of surgical care, with prior work focusing on rescuing patients after surgical complications, patient reported outcomes, and appropriateness of surgical care.
- Undergraduate: Bowdoin College, 2010
- Medical School: University of Michigan Medical School, 2019
- Graduate School: University of Michigan, 2018