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Bill Brandenburg, MD Education and Work History


"I am driven by my passion to re-align humanity with its purpose as guardians of all life and consciousness using the vehicle of health through the paradigm of longevity"


  • Bill Brandenburg, MD is a physician that has dedicated his life and career to the study of human longevity, epidemiology, and hospital medicine.

  • He is the founder of Humetrics. A research-based medical technology company that optimizes humans like you for exceptional health, longevity, and performance.

  • Bill is a physician, entrepreneur, epidemiologist, speaker, and futurist.


St. Clement Grade School, St. Louis, Missouri

Kirkwood High School, St. Louis, Missouri

Associates. Meramec Community College, St. Louis, Missouri

B.S. Biochemistry. Regis University, Denver, Colorado

Medical Doctor. University of Colorado, School of Medicine, Denver, Colorado

Rural Track, University of Colorado, School of Medicine, Denver, Colorado



Family Medicine Residency of Idaho, Rural Training Track

Rotated at 42 other hospitals, clinics, and medical institutions in addition to the above during medical training.


Professional Work

4 Year Full Scholarship to College for Basketball

National Jewish Hospital: Immunology Research Laboratory Technician

American Red Cross: Wilderness First Aid Instructor

Denver Mountain Guiding: Climbing Guide

Hospital de Las Culturas, San Cristobal de Las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico: Clinical Laboratory Technician

St. Anthonys Hospital: Cadaver Anatomy Instructor

Rural Physicians Group: Hospitalist

Elmore St. Lukes, Mountain Home, Idaho: Hospitalist

William Newton Hospital, Winfield, Kansas: Hospitalist

Delta Memorial Hospital, Delta, Colorado: Hospitalist

Grand River Health, Rifle, Colorado: Hospitalist

St. Alphonsus, Nampa, Idaho: Hospitalist

Wander: Travel and Adventure Medicine. Boise, Idaho: Travel and Occupational Medicine physician.

Wonder Medicine Direct Primary Care. Boise, Idaho: Primary Care Doctor

Wonder Medicine Longevity and Performance Center: Longevity Provider


Past Clinical Skills

Hospital Medicine, Rural Critical Care Medicine and Procedures, Primary Care, Obstetrics, Surgery, Endoscopy, Emergency Medicine, Pediatrics, Travel Medicine, Occupational Medicine, Aerospace Medicine, Wilderness Medicine.


Current Clinical Skills

Longevity Medicine

Rural Hospital Medicine



Brandenburg WE, Kleier C.  Effect of MgCl2 on germination, growth, and biomass allocation of the radish CV. “Cherry Belle”. Am J of Environ Sc. 2011; 7(2): 132.

Brandenburg WE, Davis CB. Medical knowledge and preparedness of climbers on Colorado’s 14,000 foot peaks. Wild Environ Med. 2016; 27:62-68.


Brandenburg WE, Locke BW. Mountain medical kits: Epidemiology-based recommendations and analysis of medical supplies carried by mountain climbers in Colorado.  J of Trav Med. 2017; 24: 1-9.


Brandenburg WE, Levandowski W, Califf T, Manly C, Levandowski CB. Animal, microbial, and fungal borne skin pathology in the mountain wilderness: A review. Wild Environ Med. 2017; 28:127-138. 

Brandenburg WE. Phytodermatitis: A brief review of human skin reactions caused by the kingdom Plantae. J of Plant Path Res. 2017. Available Online.


Brandenburg WE. Mushroom Poisoning: Epidemiology in the United States from 1999-2016. Mycologia. 2018; 110: 637-641.


Other Accomplishments

  • English, Spanish, and Italian language skills

  • climbed all but 1 of the Colorado 14,000-foot peaks

  • Private Pilot’s License holder

  • All American, junior college basketball player

  • ski's very fast, needs more control 

  • has dead lifted over 500 pounds

  • real estate transactions funded Bill's medical education and medical clinics

  • built 2 medical clinics, working on the 3rd now



Bill’s Favorite Podcasts


Favorite Health and Longevity Podcasts (so many more too!)

The Drive, Peter Attia, MD

Huberman Lab, Andrew Huberman, PhD

Plenary Session, Vinay Prasad, MD, MPH

This Podcast Will Kill You, Erin Welsh, PhD and Erin Allmann Updyke, MD, PhD

The Doctors Pharmacy, Mark Hyman, MD

The Internet Book of Critical Care, Adam Thomas, MD and Josh Farkas, MD

Found My Fitness, Rhonda Patrick, PhD

Bedside Rounds, Adam Rodman, MD, MPH


Other Great Podcasts (so many more too!)

Curious Universe, NASA, Jessica Watkins (science and outer space)

Tim Ferriss Show, Tim Ferriss (life)

Diary of a CEO, Steven Bartlett (business and health)

Impact Theory, Tom Bilyeu (technology, business, innovation, health)

How I Built This, Guy Raz (Business)

Lex Fridman Podcast (technology, business, geopolitics, science)


People I Follow in the Longevity Field (so many more)

Morton Scheibye-Knudsen, MD PhD

Peter Attia, MD

Peter Diamandis, MD PhD

Aubrey Di Grey, PhD

Joris Deelen, PhD

Brian Kennedy, PhD

Nir Barzilai, MD


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