Dr. Nicklaus Brandehoff is an emergency medicine physician, medical toxicologist, and wilderness medicine enthusiast. He is an assistant clinical professor of the department of emergency medicine and division of toxicology at the University of California San Francisco-Fresno program. He completed medical school at UCSF and an Emergency Medicine residency at UCSF-Fresno. He then completed a Toxicology Fellowship at the Rocky Mountain Poison and Drug Center where he was fortunate enough to learn from some of the world’s experts in snakebite management and venom research. He has authored several chapters and academic papers on envenomations. In his spare time, he loves traveling, training his Dutch Shepherd, and dressing his newborn son in ASF onesies.