Jason Khoo, from Hong Kong, China, is pursuing an MD at Stanford School of Medicine. 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.