Dr. Joshua Engle is a graduate of USC Keck School of Medicine. Early in Dr. Engle’s career, he had a passion for digital health and entrepreneurship. He was one of eight medical students selected for the Health, Technology, and Engineering (HTE), a program that pairs medical students with engineers to tackle challenges in healthcare. Through this program, he led a team in developing a nighttime seizure monitor for pediatric epileptic patients.
Dr. Engle received his postgraduate training at Loyola University in Chicago. He had the opportunity to care for a wide array of patients, including pregnant and birthing mothers, pediatric patients, adults, and COVID-19 patients. Now Dr. Joshua Engle is a researcher at the Harvard Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. He investigates metabolic markers on MRI to help detect and investigate neurological pathologies.
Awards Dr. Engle has earned or led a team to win include 1st Place in the USC Research Symposium, 2nd Place in the Maseeh Entrepreneurial Price Competition (MECP), Top 16 in the New Seed Venture Competition (out of several hundred), USC Marshall Top Venture Award recipient, and Synchrotron Finalist.