2019-2020 Sports Medicine Fellows

DaileyMandy Dailey, MD

Medical School: Creighton University School of Medicine. Undergraduate degree in Applied Physiology and Kinesiology from University of Florida.
Residency: USF | MPM Family Medicine Residency Program
Interests: Running, biking, hiking, beach volleyball. Enjoys reading historical fiction and non-fiction suspense and mystery, personal growth and leadership, teaching and family/motherhood.
Of Note: Chief Resident for the USF | MPM Residency Program. Mandy designed and implemented practical Nutrition curriculum for residents in collaboration with two faculty members. She also was involved in creating lectures, literature reviews, community outreach events, patient education and a recommended reading list for providers.

CannBrett Cann, MD

Medical School: Wayne State University School of Medicine. Undergraduate degree in Biological Sciences at Wayne State University in Detroit, MI.
Residency: USF | MPM Family Medicine Residency Program
Interests: Golf, fishing, automotive enthusiast, paintball, rollerblading and travel.
Of Note: Brett has served as the primary urgent care physician at various BayCare Urgent Care offices for one year. He managed acute care using the full spectrum of family medicine from upper respiratory infections to lacerations to musculoskeletal injuries including personally reading X-ray films, casting, splinting and performance injections.