Medical School: Virginia Tech Carilion, Roanoke, VA
MD Received: 2014
Emergency Medicine Residency: Virginia Tech Carilion SOM Emergency Residency 2014-2017
Board Certified in Emergency Medicine
HealthFront Physician since 2017
Dr. Oleg Uryasev is a board certified emergency medicine physician who moved to New Mexico after completing his residency in Roanoke, VA. Originally from Kiev, Ukraine, Dr. Uryasev attended medical school at Virginia Tech Carilion after graduating with a degree in integrative biology from the University of Florida in Gainesville.
Prior to attending medical school, Dr. Uryasev worked as a research technician at the Foundation for Applied Molecular Evolution in Gainesville, Florida. He has a variety of professional interests and has published several papers on topics including Lyme disease management in the ED, ultrasound detection of knee joint effusions, and the paleogenetics of alcohol consumption. He has also participated in a variety of quality improvement projects and workshops during his medical training and was a semi-finalist presenter at the 2015 Clinical Pathalogical Case conference in Nashville, TN.
Dr. Uryasev is fluent in Russian. In his free time, Oleg enjoys spending time with his wife, Amanda, their two sons, his cat, Creature, and his dog, Carvin (who’s named after his favorite bike trail in Virginia). His hobbies include backcountry backpacking, mountain biking, river rope swings, and gardening.