San Jose, California, United States
Winston Huynh, from San Jose, California, is pursuing a master’s degree in business administration at Stanford Graduate School of Business. He graduated summa cum laude from Yale University, earning coterminal master’s and bachelor’s degrees in biomedical engineering with a focus on deep learning for image processing and analysis. A first-generation college graduate and son of refugees, Winston aspires to utilize his engineering and investing backgrounds to empower socioeconomically disadvantaged communities by improving the efficacy and accessibility of diagnostic imaging. Before Stanford, Winston was a senior investment associate at Partners Capital, where he managed multi-asset-class portfolios for charitable institutions and helped establish the West Coast business. He has also worked at the Yale Investments Office and led a project with Rotary International to improve health care access for Syrian refugees in Turkey. Winston co-authored a publication in Nature Chemical Biology and is a recipient of Yale’s Henry Prentiss Becton Prize.