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Michael Beasley, MD

Assistant Professor

Contact Information

Michael Beasley, MD

Patient Care Locations

Mailing Address

  • Cardiovascular Medicine

    79 Wawecus Street, Suite 106

    Norwich, CT 06360

    United States



Dr. Beasley grew up in rural northern Michigan as the son of a physician. He earned his bachelor's degree from Michigan State University, receiving several campus honors prior to graduation. Dr. Beasley then joined the United States Peace Corps and served as a science and mathematics teacher at a rural secondary school in Tanzania for two years. While there he met his wife, Mwavisu, and they started a family with the birth of their oldest daughter before returning to the United States. After the birth of a second daughter, Dr. Beasley returned to Michigan State University to attend medical school. Twelve years of medical training, during which time two more daughters joined the family, then ultimately culminated in a fellowship in advanced heart failure and transplant cardiology at Yale New Haven Hospital. Upon graduation, Dr. Beasley joined the faculty of the Yale Section of Cardiovascular Medicine. He attends on the in-patient heart failure and transplant cardiology services at Yale New Haven Hospital's York Street and St. Raphael's campuses, sees clinic patients in Norwich, and works in the cardiac cath labs at the St. Raphael's campus in New Haven and at the Lawrence and Memorial campus in New London. Finally, Dr. Beasley is a Medical Corps Officer in the United States Navy Reserve. He and his family have settled along the lovely Connecticut shoreline.

Education & Training

  • Fellow
    Yale University (2020)
  • Fellow
    Beaumont Hospital (2019)
  • Resident
    University of South Florida (2016)
  • MD
    Michigan State University
  • BS
    Michigan State University


  • Mechanical Circulatory Support
    Cleveland MetroHealth General Cardiology Fellowship Program Didactics (Cleveland, OH) 2022
  • Vasoactive and Inotropic Drugs used in Advanced Heart Failure
    Cleveland MetroHealth General Cardiology Fellowship Program DIdactics (Cleveland, OH) 2022
  • When to Refer Heart Failure Patients for Interventions
    PULSE 2022: Conquering Heart Failure sponsored by The Aga-Khan University (Karachi, Pakistan) 2022
  • Assessment and Treatment of Patients with Advanced Heart Failure
    Bridgeport Hospital Internal Medicine Residency Program Didactics (Bridgeport, CT) 2021
  • Heart Transplant Patient Selection
    Beaumont Hospital Dearborn General Cardiology Fellowship Program Didactics (Dearborn, MI) 2021
  • Fundamentals of HFrEF Management
    Norwalk Hospital Internal Medicine Residency Program Didactics (Norwalk, CT) 2020
  • Evaluation and Management of Acute Heart Failure
    Danbury, United States 2020

Professional Service

Yale School of MedicineMedical Education Strategic Planning Steering Committee: Domain #1 Working Group on Student Engagement in Attaining Competency2022
Yale School of MedicineDepartment of Internal Medicine Diversity Committee2021 - Present
Heart Failure Society of America"Heart Failure Beat" Podcast Editorial Board2021 - Present
International Team of Educators to Advance Cardiovascular Health (ITEACH)The International Team of Educators to Advance Cardiovascular Health (ITEACH) is a nonprofit organization that provides educational opportunities in cardiovascular medicine to help physicians from low and middle-income countries to improve their clinical skills.2021 - Present
Yale New Haven Health SystemHeart Failure Readmissions Performance Improvement Team2020 - 2021
Yale New Haven Health SystemCongestive Heart Failure Care Signature Pathway2020 - 2021
American College of CardiologyNational Cardiovascular Data Registry's Diabetes Collaborative Registry Research and Publications Committee2018 - 2020
United States Navy ReserveMedical Corps Officer2015 - Present
United States Peace Corps - TanzaniaSecondary School Science and Mathematics Teacher2001 - 2003

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