Brent Hayden, MD - Owensboro Health

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Brent Hayden

Brent Hayden, MD

Specializing in Hospitalist
  • One Health
Gender:
Male
Year joined staff:
2016

Languages

  • English
  • Spanish

Education & Training

Education

2003-2007
University of Kentucky College of Arts & Science, Bachelor of Science in Biology
2009-2011
University of Kentucky College of Medicine, Doctor of Medicine

Residency

2011-2012
University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Psychiatry
2012-2015
University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Internal Medicine

Fellowship

2015
University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Infectious Disease

Professional Memberships

Infectious Disease Society of America, member since 2015

American College of Physicians, member since 2011

Tennessee Medical Association, member since 2011

American Medical Association, member from 2007 to 2011

American Medical Student Association, member from 2007 to 2011

Licenses

Advanced Cardiac Life Support

Publications

Hayden, B. (2006).Assessment of synaptic function during short-term facilitation in motor nerve terminals in the crayfish. Poster presented at: Showcase for Scholars; Lexington, KY.

Desai-Shah, M., Viele, K., Sparks, G., Nadolski, J., Hayden, B., Srinivasan, V.K. Assessment of synaptic function during short-term facilitation in motor nerve terminals in the crayfish. The Open Neuroscience Journal. 2008 Oct; 2(1): 24-35.

Hayden, B. (2010).Leadership Legacy: Looking Forward and Teaching Those Who Follow. Poster presented at: GSA/GDI/OSR National Spring Meeting; Austin, TX.

B. Yaghmour, B. Hayden. (2013).Haff Disease In A 21 Year Old Female After A Cruise To The Caribbean. Poster presented at: UTHSC - Research in Medicine 2013; Memphis, TN.

B. Yaghmour, B. Hayden. (2014).Haff Disease In A 21 Year Old Female After A Cruise To The Caribbean. Poster presented at: American Thoracic Society International Conference; San Diego, CA.

Hayden, B.. (2014).The pitfalls of premature closure bias: a case of mistaken identity. Oral Presentation presented at: 2014 ACP Tennessee Chapter Annual Scientific Meeting; Franklin, TN.