Brandon DeClouette, MD
Brandon was born in the southwest suburbs of Chicago. He spent one year at Loyola University Chicago, before transferring to the University of Wisconsin-Madison for the remainder of his undergrad. While at Wisconsin, he received his BA in Psychology, participated in research, worked at a local college bar/restaurant, and worked in the AV department of the business school. Brandon always had a passion for sports, which flourished during undergrad. He became a huge Badger fan, attended Badger football and basketball games religiously, and participated in several intramural sporting events.
Upon completion of undergrad, Brandon enrolled in the Masters in Applied Anatomy program at Case Western Reserve University (CWRU). During his master’s program, he developed an interest in both teaching and the medical sciences. After he earned his degree, he taught gross anatomy and neuroanatomy at Cleveland State University while he applied to medical school.
Following matriculation at CWRU SOM, Brandon took on multiple leadership positions. However, he is most proud of his work at the Cuyahoga County Juvenile Detention Center, where he helped design and implement a curriculum that focused on mindfulness and introspection. Currently, he is a WashU Anesthesiology PGY-1. He has interests in chronic pain management, cardiac anesthesia, and critical care. Outside of work, Brandon enjoys running, hiking, golfing, and going to sporting events. He is an avid foodie and enjoys exploring the city and finding new things to learn/do. In addition to the Badgers, he is a huge Chicago sports fan. He continues to play fantasy football yearly and is the reigning champ for one of his leagues.
Fun fact: Brandon was a golf caddy for 10 yrs!