Euan studied physiology and medicine at Glasgow University, completing his junior doctor training at Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust, before undertaking a DPhil in cardiovascular cellular biology and molecular genetics at the University of Oxford. In 2002, Euan moved to Stanford University in California to train in cardiology and advanced heart failure.
At Stanford University, Euan’s research focuses on genetic mechanisms of cardiovascular health and disease. In addition to wet bench science, his laboratory leverages artificial intelligence and digital health tools, working with biotechnology and technology partners in Silicon Valley, to advance both translational and clinical research.
Euan has received many awards including recognition from the Obama White House for contributions to personalized medicine and the American Heart Association's Medal of Honor for precision medicine.
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