Bruce Edward Andrea, M.D., M.A.


Owner of Durango Performance Center and Performance Cardiology

            Date of Birth:                          November 25, 1956
            Place of Birth:                         Grand Rapids, Michigan
            Children:                                 Benjamin Andrea
            High School:                           East Grand Rapids High School
            Undergrad:                              Dartmouth College, 1975-1979, A.B. in Biology
            Graduate:                                Michigan State University, 1980-1982, M.A. in Exercise Physiology
                                                           Dartmouth Medical School, 1982-1986, Doctor of Medicine
            Internship:                               University of Wisconsin, 1986-1987, Internal Medicine
            Residency:                              University of Wisconsin, 1987-1989, Internal Medicine
            Chief Resident:                       University of Wisconsin, 1989-1990, Internal Medicine
            Fellowship:                             Universtiy of Colorado Health Sciences Center,1990-1994,
                                                           Cardiovascular Diseases/Clinical and Research
           Medical Licensure:                   State of Wisconsin           #29077 (inactive)
                                                          State of Colorado            #33644
                                                          State of New Mexico       #95-8 (inactive)
           Board Certifications:   American Board of Internal Medicine, September 1989                            
                                                Diplomat, Cardiovascular Disease, November 1993
                                                Fellowship, American College of Cardiology, February 2002
           Outstanding Teaching Citation, University of Colorado,1992
           American College of Cardiology
           American College of Physicians
           American College of Sports Medicine
          Chief Resident, Internal Medicine, University of Wisconsin, 1989-1990
          Monthly Cardiovascular Conference, Mercy Medical Center, 1997-Present
          -Investigator, InTIME-II Study: Double-Blind, Randomized,Multicenter Trial
           of Single-Bolus Lanoteplase vs. Accelerated Alteplase for the Treatment of Subjects
           with Acute Myocardial Infarction. 1998-1999.
          -Investigator, OPUS TIMI 16 Study: Phase III International Randomized,
           Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Trial Evaluating the Efficacy and Safety of Orbofiban in Patients
           with Unstable Coronary Syndromes.1999.
          -Investigator, PROVE IT Trial: Double-Blind, Randomized,Trial of Pravastatin vs.Atorvastatin along
           with AntibioticTherapy in Unstable Coronary Artery Disease.  2000-Present.
           Private practice of cardiology, Performance Cardiology, P.C., Durango, Colorado
            Chief Medical Advisor, Quetzal Biomedical Inc., 3455 Main Avenue, Suite 4, Durango, Colorado

            Chief Medical Supervisor and Exercise Physiologist, Durango Performance Center
           Mercy Medical Center, 1994-Present
                        Chairman, Department of Medicine and Primary Care, 1998, 1999
                        Medical Executive Committee, 1998, 1999
                        System Improvement Community Board, Mercy Medical Center, 1995-1998
                        CME Committee, Mercy Medical Center, 1994-2004
                        ICU Committee, Mercy Medical Center, 1994-2006
            Performance Cardiology, P.C., Durango, Colorado, 1994-Present
            ACTIVE STAFF:       Mercy Medical Center, Durango, CO, 1994-Present              
            Team physician/physiologist, 1995 
           National Off-Road Bicycling Association, U.S. National Mountain Biking Team
           Emergency Room Physician, 1990-1994
           Denver Veteran’s Affairs Hospital
           Emergency Room Physician, 1989-1990
           Rural Wisconsin Hospital Coop
           Helicopter Physician, 1989-1990 
           University of Wisconsin “Med Flight”
           Urgent Care Physician, 1988-1989
           Mercy Hospital, Janesville, Wisconsin
           Head Crew Coach, 1980-1982 
           Michigan State University
           Freshman Crew Coach, 1979-1980
           Dartmouth College
           U.S. Olympic Development Team, Rowing, 1979-1980
1.      Andrea, B.E.: Exercise and the Heart
         In Cardiology Secrets, ed. Adair andHavranek, Henley & Belfus, Inc. 1994;Pp 262-266      
2.      Hanson, P., Andrea, B.E.: Sports Pharmacology: Treatment of Hypertension in Athletes.
         In Orthopaedic Sports Medicine: Principles and Practice,
         ed.DeLee, JC, Drez, D., W.B. Saunders Co.1994; pp 307-319
3.    Bart, B.A., Andrea, B.E., Wolfel, E.:The collection of expired gases and Respiratory gas exchange 
         measurements in patients with heart failure. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting,
         June, 1993. Abstract #370.
4.      Andrea, B.E.: “Myasthenia and Pericardial Tamponade.” Clinical Vignette presented at
         Wisconsin ACP Annual Meeting, Sept. 1987.
5.      Mahler, D.A., Andrea, B.E., Ward, J.L.:Comparison of exercise performance on rowing 
         and cycle ergometers : Research Quart. Exerc.Sport. 58:41-46, 1987.Presented at
         New England Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting 11/85 
         and the ACSM Annual Meeting 5/86.

      Mahler, D.A., Andrea, B.E., Andresen, D.C.:Comparison of 6-min “all-out” and incremental
         exercise tests in elite oarsmen.: Med.Sci. Sports Exerc. 16:657-571, 1984.
         Presented at NEASCM Annual Meeting 11/83.