Dr. Wiley has been mentored throughout his training by some of the most renowned cardiologist and coronary and peripheral interventionalist in the world. At Tulane University School of Medicine he received his basic training in general cardiology and diagnostic coronary angiography under the tutelage of Gerald Berenson, MD, Joseph P. Murgo, MD, and Alan N. Tenaglia, MD. At the Ochsner Clinic Foundation, Christopher J. White, MD, and Stephen R. Ramee, MD, mentored him in the art of Complex Coronary and Peripheral Intervention. His training in interventional cardiology was further refined under the guidance of Robert G. Oatfield, MD, at St. Alexius Medical Center, Bismarck, ND. He relocated to New York in 2008 and is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, Associate Director of Endovascular Intervention and staff Interventional Cardiologist in the Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory at Mount Sinai Heart. He is also Director of the Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory at North General Hospital.
Dr. Wiley performs coronary, endovascular and congenital heart interventions. In a short period of time he performed over 1000 procedures (including diagnostic coronary and peripheral angiograms and complex coronary and endovascular procedures) with more than a 99 percent success rate and less than a one percent complication rate. He performed the first carotid stent procedure, utilizing an embolic protection device, in Bismarck, ND, and performed the first percutaneous Atrial Septal Defect closure in western North Dakota. Dr. Wiley is an expert in catheter based coronary and peripheral interventions, including balloon angioplasty, stenting, atherectomy, thrombolysis, IVC filters, cryoplasty and laser of vascular beds such as carotid, vertebral, subclavian, renal, mesenteric, iliac, femoral, and tibial vessels.
Dr. Wiley has maintained a standard of excellence throughout his career. He has received multiple civil and academic commendations in his medical training, including "Honorary Citizen" of the city of New Orleans, the "Albert Hyman fellow of the year award" and "Chief Cardiology Fellow." He has published in peer-reviewed journals, and is active in many clinical trials -- most recently the NIH sponsored CORAL Trial (Cardiovascular Outcomes with Renal Atherosclerotic Lesions). In addition, he has been invited as a speaker to numerous national and international meetings.
Dr. Wiley has dedicated his time in educating patients and physician about coronary and peripheral arterial disease. He has been featured in KXMB TV (North Dakota CBS), KFYR TV (North Dakota NBC) and the Bismarck Tribune.