Neil is an M.D. Candidate at Stanford and Co-Investigator and Project Manager of VascTrac, the first smartphone-based study for peripheral artery disease. He has a strong passion for Mobile Health and entrepreneurship having co-founded and worked at startups prior to medical school. At Stanford, Neil has been a Biodesign Teaching Assistant and the Medical Lead for the inaugural Health++ Hackathon. Prior to Stanford, he gained a strong research background in wearables and analytics at UC San Diego and CalTech. Neil holds a B.S. in Bioengineering from UC San Diego.
Title: Project Manager, M.D. Candidate
Company/Affiliation: VascTrac – Stanford Vascular Surgery
Interest: I am passionate about innovation in medicine in the fields of Health IT, medical devices, and mobile health.