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My primary objective is to secure a residency in Internal Medicine, with a fellowship in Cardiology to follow. 


Jan 2011Jan 2013

Post-Baccalaureate Education

Columbia University
  • Non-degree coursework to meet medical school admissions requirements.
Sep 2006May 2010


Johns Hopkins University
  • Focal Areas within Cognitive Science Department
    • Neuroscience
    • Linguistics
  • Minors in Psychology & Music
  • WJHU Radio DJ

Work & Research History

Jun 2010Present


Innodesa Inc.
  • Innodesa is an Innovation Consultancy Firm which aims to help doctors and others in the medical field get their ideas for new medical technologies off the ground.

  • Compiled recent research on models of memory consolidation, retention, and recollection conducted by Harvard and MIT teams and applies these models to problem solving methodologies, resulting in a systematic method of modelling the neurological networks and pathways involved during the innovation process and the Game Engine and Theory of Inventive Problem Solving methods.

  • Co-founded Medinnox LLC (consultancy) under Innodesa Inc.

  • Working part time / when available since beginning medical school.

Feb 2012Mar 2012

Student Researcher

NYU Langone Medical Center
  • Worked with group studying the role of Adenosine A2A receptors in immune system inflammatory responses, specifically related to osteopathologies.
  • Performed laboratory procedures such as protein assays and culturing cells.
  • Trained to perform survival surgery on live animals (mice); trained and certified in CITI animal testing procedures.
  • Left due to interference with schoolwork.
May 2009Jul 2009

Summer Intern

Datamation Systems Inc
  • Delivered and installed lock-down systems on computers and other technology in New York City public schools.
Jun 2008Jul 2008

Unpaid Intern

Weill Cornell Medical Center

  • Intern for the Anxiety Disorders and Traumatic Stress Studies Program.
  • Collected and organized statistics and data.
  • Gathered data during virtual reality simulation testing for veterans of the Iraq War.


Awarded three United States Patents:

  • Blood viscosity measuring method and system, USPTO Publication # 20150099988
    • Published 2015
  • Apparatus and method for supplying power to subcutaneously implanted devices, USPTO Publication # 20070167988
    • Published 2010
  • Intra-oral signal modulator and controller, USPTO Publication # 20060287855
    • Published 2010

More information available on request.

Other Interests


  • Play several instruments - guitar, trumpet, euphonium, and drums


  • Interest in automobile upgrades and performance modifications, personally work on cars
  • Member of Sports Car Club of America and BMW Car Club of America

NJ State Certified EMT

  • Not active since beginning medical school, licensed until 2018

Other Activities

  • EMRA member
  • Hiking / spending time outdoors
  • 1st Degree Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do
  • Spending time with my two German Shepherd Dogs

USPTO # 20150099988

USPTO # 20070167988

USPTO # 20060287855