Brian Paquette, DO, MPH

Brian Paquette, DO, MPH

Neurology/Interventional Pain Management

Brian was a US Flight Surgeon from 2004-2008. Brian did his residency in Neurology at the IU School of Medicine, before completing a fellowship in Interventional Pain Management with the Department of Anesthesia.


2008 State Licensure: Indiana Physician (02003374A)


Basic Life Support (BLS)
Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)
Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS)
Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)


2005-2008 Master of Public Health (MPH) College of Public Health University of South Florida

1999-2003 Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) College of Osteopathic Medicine Touro University

1995-1997 Master of Science (MS) – Molecular Biology C.W. Post – Long Island University

1991-1995 Bachelor of Science (BS) – Biology Marist College


2011-2012 Fellow, Interventional Pain Management Department of Anesthesia, Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, IN

2008-2011 Residency in Neurology Indiana University School of Medicine Indianapolis, IN

2004-2008 U.S. Naval Flight Surgeon Training and Active Duty, Naval Aerospace Medical Institute Pensacola, FL

2005 U.S. Military Combat Casualty Care Course Camp Bullis, San Antonio, TX

2005 & 2008 FAA Medical Examiner Program, Federal Aviation Administration, Oklahoma City, OK

2003-2004 Transitional Internship, Maimonides Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY


2013-Present Interventional Pain Medicine Indiana Polyclinic Indianapolis, IN

2012-Present General Neurology Josephson-Wallack-Munshower Indianapolis, IN

2012-2013 Interventional Pain Medicine Meridian Health Group Carmel, IN

2005-2008 Flight Surgeon, Naval Aviation Schools Command, Naval Air Station Pensacola Pensacola, FL

2005-2008 Human Factors Consultant, Naval Aviation Mishap Board, Naval Air Station Pensacola Pensacola, FL

2005-2008 FAA Medical Examiner, Designated Flight Surgeon, Naval Air Station Pensacola Pensacola, FL

2005-2008 Aeromedical Advisory Council, Naval Aviation Medical Institute Pensacola, FL

2005-2008 Staff Physician, American Family Care Urgent Care Center, Mobile, AL

2003-2004 Intern Resident Physician Maimonides Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY

1998-1999 Research Assistant Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Cold Spring Harbor, NY

1995-1997 Graduate Assistant C.W. Post – Long Island University Old Westbury, NY


1999-Present American Osteopathic Association

2008-Present American Academy of Neurology

2008-Present American Osteopathy College Psychiatry & Neurology

2012-Present American Society of Regional Anesthesia

2012-Present International Spine Intervention Society

2012-Present American Academy of Pain Medicine


2010 & 2011 90th percentile, neurology residency in-service training exam

2011 Resident research project winner (Ross Award)

2010 American Academy of Neurology Scholarship to the Annual Meeting

2009 Nominated best teacher and influential resident

2008 Naval Meritorious Unit Commendation Ribbon

2006 Operation enduring freedom medal

2004 Ranked in top 5 in Naval Aviation Preflight Indoctrination School, Naval Aviation Schools Command, Pensacola, FL

2004 Operation Iraqi Freedom medal

2004 Chief Intern. Intern Class of 2004, Maimonides Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY

2001-2002 Student Body President: Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine (TUCOM)

2001-2002 Admissions Committee Student Representative. (TUCOM)

1995-1997 Dean’s List: LIU

1997 Student Marshall Award: LIU

1995-1997 Graduate Assistant, full tuition scholarship: LIU

1991-1995 Dean’s List: Marist College


2009-Present “The effectiveness of onabotulinum toxin injection for the treatment of diabetic neuropathic pain, a pilot study.” Indiana University Medical Center, Indianapolis, IN

1998-1999 “The Role of Tropomyosin Subtypes and their Binding Proteins in Cellular Adhesion.” Molecular and Cellular Cancer Research. Research Assistant, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

1997-1998 “Should Annual Mammography be Recommended to Women Under 40.” Stony Brook University Hospital, Department of Radiation Oncology. Clinical Research Project

1996-1997 “Stimulation of Interferon Alpha Gene Transcription in Recombinant Mice Programmed to produce Low Levels of Interferon Alpha.” LIU, Department of Cellular and Molecular Biology. Graduate research project.

Indiana Polyclinic

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