Feyisope Eweje, from Jacksonville, NC, is pursuing an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business while on leave from the MD program at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine. Prior to medical school, Feyisope graduated from MIT with a degree in mechanical engineering and a minor in biology. Feyisope is passionate about creating impact through technological innovation in healthcare and has a particular interest in applications of AI and wearable devices in prevention, detection, and precision management of disease.
Feyisope’s research, which spans many applications of medical devices and artificial intelligence in healthcare, has been published in leading peer-reviewed journals like Science Translational Medicine, JAMA Network Open, and The Lancet Digital Health. Outside of academic research, Feyisope has co-founded multiple health technology ventures, including a non-profit that has provided hundreds of rural Nigerian community health workers with a point-of-care mobile health platform, and an early-stage medical device startup that uses novel monitoring technology to improve pediatric respiratory care delivery. He is excited to pursue a career at the intersection of clinical medicine, technology development, and entrepreneurship to create meaningful, equitable advances in healthcare.