Hong Kong, China
Jason Khoo, from Hong Kong, China, is pursuing an MD at Stanford School of Medicine and an MBA at Stanford Graduate School of Business. He graduated from Stanford with a bachelor’s degree in human biology with honors, and a concentration in implementing innovations in low-resource settings. He aspires to a career as a human-centric physician, working with patients to identify their values and achieve their life goals through health, innovation, and technology. At Stanford, he was a resident assistant, a bioengineering researcher, and worked in patient care coordination at Arbor Free Clinic. He was also a teaching assistant for Wilderness Medicine and a founding member of the Pre-Med Asian Pacific American Medical Association. After graduating from Stanford, he co-founded and served as CEO of a life sciences startup focused on building technology to decentralize and personalize lab testing. He received the NIH Clinical and Translational Science award, the Environmental Protection Agency Sensor Challenge award, a grant with the TomKat Center’s Innovation Transfer program for sustainable energy technology, and a Stanford Bioengineering undergraduate research grant.