Brad Biskup has developed an expertise in Lifestyle Medicine in the clinical setting, especially with the focus on exercise prescription. Brad earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Physiology from the University of Wyoming, as well as being certified as an Exercise Specialist through the American College of Sports Medicine before receiving a Master of Arts degree in Biology from Central Connecticut State University. While working on his masters, he worked in osteoporosis and exercise research, as well as all phases of cardiac rehab prior to completing Quinnipiac University’s Physician Assistant Program and earning a Master’s in Health Science. Brad began working as a physician assistant in cardiology and specialized in lipid management as well as exercise in cardiovascular disease. Brad has developed an expertise in Lifestyle Medicine with the focus on primary and secondary cardiovascular prevention/treatment with modifiable risk factors, such as exercise, diet, smoking cessation, weight loss, and stress management. He started and has developed the Lifestyle Medicine Clinic at University of Connecticut Health and has a Lifestyle Medicine Lecture series with monthly lectures. Both the clinic and lecture series have grown exponentially since the inception in 2010 with the goal of comprehensive health care with the primary focus on lifestyle changes and giving them the tools to improve their overall health. Brad has been active nationally having developed the Physician Assistant Interest Group through the American College of Lifestyle Medicine in 2014 which he currently chairs. He also is active presenting regionally and nationally on exercise as medicine.