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Kevin James Cyr

Physician-in-Training

Education

Stanford University School of Medicine

Highlights

I hope to empower people to understand and take charge in their own health. My goal is to provide people with easy-to-understand insights that can help them truly thrive.

— Kevin James Cyr

Experience

Kevin is a physician-in-training at Stanford University School of Medicine with a focus in cardiovascular disease and bioengineering. He has been a founding member for startups in the health technology, 3D printing, and pharmaceutical industries. His publications have earned international awards, and his work has been featured in major media outlets such as NBC News.

Education

Kevin graduated from Vanderbilt University with a degree in bioengineering. Subsequently, he began studies at the Stanford University School of Medicine with a concentration in cardiovascular disease and bioengineering.

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