Dr. Patel graduated with a bachelors in science degree in Biomedical Engineering from Johns Hopkins University where he was involved in research at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. He helped create a vestibular prosthesis device and was an author on numerous publications. Throughout college, he tutored high school students for college admissions exams.
Dr. Patel attended Albert Einstein College of medicine where he graduated with distinction in research. He completed a residency in anesthesiology and served as the chief resident where he was on the resident and medical student selection committee. He was also the president of the residents and fellows section of the national anesthesia organization.
Dr. Patel completed his fellowship in clinical research at Massachusetts General Hospital and concurrently received a Master in Public Health from Harvard University. He currently serves as instructor in anesthesiology, practices clinically and continues to teach medical students and residents.
BS Johns Hopkins University
MD Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard University
During medical school, Dr. Patel spent two months in the Himalayas living out of a tent and provided medical care to locals living in rural villages.
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