Caldwell named Dean of Barry University’s School of Podiatric Medicine

From Barry University

Dr. Bryan Caldwell from Kent State University has been named dean of Barry University’s School of Podiatric Medicine. Caldwell, who currently serves as assistant dean, director of Clinical Education and Clinical Operations, and professor at the Kent State University School of Podiatric Medicine, will assume his role on Aug. 1.

Caldwell earned a Bachelor of Science from the University of South Florida, a Master of Science from the University of Notre Dame, and a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine from the former Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine. He completed a hospital residency at Florida Hospital in Orlando, Fla. Caldwell is certified by the American Board of Podiatric Orthopedics and Primary Podiatric Medicine and served as a Physician Executive Leadership Academy Fellow with Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. Caldwell returned to medical school and earned a Doctor of Medicine degree in 2017 from the International University of Health Sciences, completing all his clinical clerkships in the University Hospitals Health System and Clinton Memorial Hospital.

“I am thrilled to be given the opportunity to serve as the dean at the Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine. I look forward to joining the Barry University family, building upon its tradition of excellence and fostering the talents of its already accomplished students, faculty, and staff,” Caldwell said.

Caldwell brings a wealth of clinical, pedagogical, and administrative experience to Barry’s School of Podiatric Medicine. He succeeds Dr. Albert Armstrong, who is returning to full-time faculty status.

“I join the faculty, staff, and students of the Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine in welcoming Dr. Bryan Caldwell to the Barry family,” said Barry University Provost Dr. John Murray. “Dr. Caldwell brings a deep and rich portfolio of experiences to Barry. I am excited to have him join us and am confident he will lead the School of Podiatric Medicine to new levels of distinction and accomplishment.”