Brandon Tomlin, MD

Brandon Tomlin
Brandon Tomlin

Brandon Tomlin, MD

We have access to different specialties in numerous countries . . . I was able to travel to Mbale, Uganda to work in the Neonatal ICU at their regional referral hospital and teach classes on Helping Babies Breathe at the local medical school.
I chose to come to UW Madison not only because they have such a robust global health program, but also extensive connections through the Global Health Institute which allowed me to work in my areas of interest. Rather than being limited to a single clinic that our program works with, we have access to different specialties in numerous countries. For myself, I was able to travel to Mbale, Uganda to work in the Neonatal ICU at their regional referral hospital and teach classes on Helping Babies Breathe at the local medical school.  Now, as Global Health Chief resident, I am able to plan lectures for residents based specifically on their interests along with our rotating 3-year curriculum. This means if you have a global health passion that doesn’t fit well in a typical global health mold, UW Madison has the resources and connections to fit the track to your needs.

Brandon Tomlin, MD (Chief Resident)

Department of Pediatrics
2020-08-28T08:31:26-05:00

Brandon Tomlin, MD (Chief Resident)

Brandon Tomlin
We have access to different specialties in numerous countries . . . I was able to travel to Mbale, Uganda to work in the Neonatal ICU at their regional referral hospital and teach classes on Helping Babies Breathe at the local medical school. I chose to come to UW Madison not only because they have such a robust global health program, but also extensive connections through the Global Health Institute which allowed me to work in my areas of interest. Rather than being limited to a single clinic that our program works with, we have access to different specialties in numerous countries. For myself, I was able to travel to Mbale, Uganda to work in the Neonatal ICU at their regional referral hospital and teach classes on Helping Babies Breathe at the local medical school.  Now, as Global Health Chief resident, I am able to plan lectures for residents based specifically on their interests along with our rotating 3-year curriculum. This means if you have a global health passion that doesn’t fit well in a typical global health mold, UW Madison has the resources and connections to fit the track to your needs.