Scholars

Jason Wang (2019)

United States of America

Stanford University

Health/Healthcare,Technology

Jason Ku Wang is a senior at Stanford University studying Mathematical and Computational Science with minors in Biology and English. He co-founded Health++, the university’s annual healthcare hackathon, which brings together students across medicine, engineering, business, and design to tackle unmet clinical needs in low-resource settings. As an aspiring physician technologist, he has developed data infrastructure at Facebook and Tableau and conducted research in structural biology and clinical informatics. Through Schwarzman Scholars, he hopes to explore how societal norms and government policies perpetuate healthcare inequality, with the ultimate goal of leveraging emerging advancements in artificial intelligence to improve healthcare access. Jason is 21 years old and from the United States.

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