Scholars

Samuel Maron (2018)

United States of America

Princeton University

Entrepreneurship,Health,Technology

Sam Maron studied neuroscience at Princeton University and used his thesis to build a novel data-based regulatory standard for neurostimulation technology. His international education began before college with a year in Jerusalem taking language and international relations classes through Oxford. Accepted to attend medical school as a sophomore, he worked in healthcare and entrepreneurship on three continents. On campus, Sam co-founded a camp for children affected by cancer. Through Schwarzman Scholars, he is delving into the unique opportunities and challenges of Chinese healthcare and business. Sam is 23 years old and from the United States.

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