The University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine, Knoxville



The Department of Surgery

M. Ryan Buckley, MD

Assistant Professor
Division of Vascular & Endovascular Surgery

Clinical Focus

Vascular surgery, endovascular therapy for vascular disease

Education

Medical School

East Tennessee State University, James H. Quillen College of Medicine,
Doctor of Medicine, August 2005-May 2009

Residency
General Surgery, Wake Forest University, 2014

Fellowship

Vascular Surgery, University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine, Knoxville, TN, 2015

Certification

American Board of Surgery

Professional Affiliations

Southern Association for Vascular Surgery, Candidate Member, 2014-present
Society of Vascular Surgery, Resident Member, 2014-present
American College of Surgeons, Resident Member, 2012-present
American Medical Association, 2005- present


Current Publications

Schlieve T, Carlson ER, Freeman M, Buckley R, Arnold J.
The double mandibular osteotomy for vascular and tumor surgery of the parapharyngeal space. Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. 2017 May;75(5):1046-1061. Epub 2016 Nov 15.

Current Presentations

Gregory LB, Grandas OH, Tayidi IT, Buckley MR, Arnold JA, Cantafio AW, Stevens SL, Freeman MB, Goldman MH, McNally MM. Contemporary clinical and financial analysis of open versus percutaneous mechanical thrombectomy for occluded hemodialysis access Presented at Southern Association of Vascular Surgery; 2018 Jan 16-20; Scottsdale, AZ.

McNally MM, Buckley MR. Hybrid approach to maintaining vertebral artery patency following transcervical gunshot wound. Presented at 45th Annual Symposium Society for Clinical Vascular Surgery; 2017 Mar 18-22; Orlando, FL.

Warner K, Buckley R, Mountain D, Kirkpatrick S, Whelan J, Terry P, Goldman M, Freeman M, Grandas O. Zyfamend+Wholemega fatty acid combinatorial therapy inhibits intimal hyperplasia via the attenuation of M2 macrophage differentiation in a rodent model of vascular injury. Presented at Southern Association for Vascular Surgery; 2017 Jan 18-21; Naples, FL.

Buckley MR, Mountain DJ, Bools LM, Kirkpatrick SS, Whelan J, Terry P, Freeman MB, Grandas OH. Dietary Zyflamend inhibits intimal hyperplasia development via the attenuation of macrophage infiltration in a rodent model of vascular injury. Presented at Southern Association for Vascular Surgery; 2016 Jan 20-23; Cancun, Mexico.

Buckley MR, McNally MM, Arnold JD, Grandas OH, Stevens SL, Goldman MH, Carlson ER, Freeman MB. Clinical outcomes of double mandibular osteotomy for exposure of skull based carotid artery pathology. Presented at Southern Association for Vascular Surgery; 2016 Jan 20-23; Cancun, Mexico.

Bools L, Buckley R, Mountain DJH, Kirkpatrick S, Whelan J, Terry P, Freeman MB, Grandas O. A poly-herbal dietary supplement, Zyflamend, inhibits matrix metalloproteinase expression and attenuates intimal hyperplasia in a rodent model of vascular disease. Presented at Society for Vascular Surgery; 2015 Jun 17-20; Chicago, IL.

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