Dr. John Winchester, MD - Gulf Breeze, FL - undefined

Dr. John Winchester, MD

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Bio

Brandon Winchester, MD, is the regional anesthesia fellowship director at the Andrews Institute in Gulf Breeze, FL. In Dr. Winchesters previous roles he served as Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology at both Duke University Medical Center, and the University of North Carolina.Dr. Winchester attended the University of California at Los Angeles where he earned his undergraduate degree in biology, and the University of Virginia School of Medicine where he earned his medical degree. Following medical schol he completed his internship at Boston University Medical Center and later completed his anesthesiology residency at Massachusetts General Hospital and Duke University Medical Center.He has studied molecular cardiology focusing on the role of the AUF-1 protein on intracellular signaling pathways for the University of Colorado Health Science Center. He has also studied the benefits of videoconferencing during informed consent process in clinical anesthesia research. In addition to research, Dr. Winchester has published an article in the ASRA Newsletter on regional anesthesia and live web video education.Dr. Winchester was a member of the regional anesthesia division at Duke, where he specialized in ultrasound-guided nerve block. He was Chair of the Duke Anesthesia Web Video Education division where he focused on innovative methods for utilizing live and on-demand interactive web video to enhance medical education for Duke medical students and residents, as well as post-graduateanesthesiologists. He is currently on the National Medical Advisory Board for the Institute for Advanced Medical Education (IAME) and Coarse Director forhands-on ultrasound-guided regional anesthesia CME workshops.Dr. Winchester provides private consulting for medical device and ultrasound companies. He contributes his expertise toward new and evolving product developments, and teaches monthly hands-on workshops to anesthesiologists on the use of ultrasound for continuous nerve block placement and regional anesthesia program development.Dr. Winchester is also co-founder and vice president of operations for DOCSTREAM, Inc., a medical education company specializing in high definition broadcasting of live medical lectures and procedures to an international clinician audience. Dr. Winchester also created www.blockjocks.com, a website which delivers video education to teach anesthesiologists about ultrasound-guided regional anesthesia techniques to improve pain managementafter surgery. Final

Brandon Winchester, MD, is the regional anesthesia fellowship director at the Andrews Institute in Gulf Breeze, FL. In Dr. Winchesters previous roles he served as Assistant Professor of Anesthesiolo...Brandon Winchester, MD, is the regional anesthesia fellowship director at the Andrews Institute in Gulf Breeze, FL. In Dr. Winchesters previous roles he served as Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology at both Duke University Medical Center, and the University of North Carolina.Dr. Winchester attended the University of California at Los Angeles where he earned his undergraduate degree in biology, and the University of Virginia School of Medicine where he earned his medical degree. Following medical schol he completed his internship at Boston University Medical Center and later completed his anesthesiology residency at Massachusetts General Hospital and Duke University Medical Center.He has studied molecular cardiology focusing on the role of the AUF-1 protein on intracellular signaling pathways for the University of Colorado Health Science Center. He has also studied the benefits of videoconferencing during informed consent process in clinical anesthesia research. In addition to research, Dr. Winchester has published an article in the ASRA Newsletter on regional anesthesia and live web video education.Dr. Winchester was a member of the regional anesthesia division at Duke, where he specialized in ultrasound-guided nerve block. He was Chair of the Duke Anesthesia Web Video Education division where he focused on innovative methods for utilizing live and on-demand interactive web video to enhance medical education for Duke medical students and residents, as well as post-graduateanesthesiologists. He is currently on the National Medical Advisory Board for the Institute for Advanced Medical Education (IAME) and Coarse Director forhands-on ultrasound-guided regional anesthesia CME workshops.Dr. Winchester provides private consulting for medical device and ultrasound companies. He contributes his expertise toward new and evolving product developments, and teaches monthly hands-on workshops to anesthesiologists on the use of ultrasound for continuous nerve block placement and regional anesthesia program development.Dr. Winchester is also co-founder and vice president of operations for DOCSTREAM, Inc., a medical education company specializing in high definition broadcasting of live medical lectures and procedures to an international clinician audience. Dr. Winchester also created www.blockjocks.com, a website which delivers video education to teach anesthesiologists about ultrasound-guided regional anesthesia techniques to improve pain managementafter surgery. Final

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Education

  • Medical School, 2003
  • University of Virginia School of Medicine
  • Charlottesville, VA