Bryan earned his Bachelor’s degree from Belhaven University in 2011, and holds a Cer.A.T. from the American Society of Technologist and Technicians (ASATT). In 2011, he began his career in Anesthesia Technology with the University of Mississippi Medical Center–gaining extensive clinical training in cardiovascular anesthesia and trauma surgery. Shortly after joining the UMMC Anesthesia team, Bryan was promoted to Lead AT for the newly founded liver transplant service. From 2013-2015, Bryan operated as the Lead Liver Transplant Tech for Loma Linda University Medical Center in Southern California. During this time he developed core training manuals to develop Anesthesia Techs—with a focus on Airway Management, Liver Transplantation, and Cell Salvage. In 2015, Bryan relocated to Los Angeles to further his teaching aspirations with UCLA. Bryan has spent the last three years teaching Anesthesia Technology students from the Kaiser Permanente Anesthesia Technology Program–as the UCLA Clinical Coordinator. He and his family are excited to call Oklahoma their new home. He is also exhilarated and honored to prepare students in the Oklahoma’s first anesthesia technology program. In his downtime, He loves spending time with his family, cycling, and pursuing his MBA in Healthcare.