Keith Hansen, MD

Resident, Surgery

Keith Hansen earned his undergraduate degree in biomedical engineering from Purdue University, where he received a gubernatorial appointment to the Indiana Commission for Higher Education and worked in the state legislature. He spearheaded the initial donation and organized students and faculty in Purdue's Colleges of Engineering, Technology & Arts to create an innovation design building. He has worked at Abbott and Akina before obtaining his medical degree from Indiana University, where he served as president of the Gold Humanism Honor Society.

Keith Hansen is a graduate of the Stanford Biodesign Innovation Fellowship trained in the needs-based process of identification, invention, and implementation of medical devices and has developed a kidney preservation device to improve transplant outcomes as the founder of DIATIRŌ. He holds three patents and served as a Physician-in-Residence at IDEO. He is an assistant editor of the World Journal of Surgery.

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