Writing Genre: Fiction

The Stolen Brain Chip – A Tale for Healthcare Professionals

Written By: Elisabeth Link, M.D. (note that this is my pen name, my full name is Heike Elisabeth Daldrup-Link)

Writing Genre: Fiction

The Stolen Brain Chip – A Tale for Healthcare Professionals

Written By: Elisabeth Link, M.D. (note that this is my pen name, my full name is Heike Elisabeth Daldrup-Link)

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Silicon Valley University of Evolutionary Computation (SUEC) has been established in 2025 in a secluded location in the hills above Redwood City, California. Evolutionary computation is an area of computer sciences that uses principles from biological evolution to solve computational problems. Many of the tech tools developed and explored at SUEC are years ahead of what is available anywhere else. For example, SUEC researchers developed brain-chip-interfaces, which exponentially enhance human brain capacity. On May 24, 2032, newly developed brain chips were stolen at SUEC University. This incident led to 10 major injuries, 5 hospitalizations and 3 deaths. Dr. Lili Pham, radiologist at SUEC hospital, and an FBI investigator team started a race against time to rescue a young student from a ruthless killer, retrieve a national treasure and prevent an implosion of the most eminent University in the world.

About the Author

Elisabeth Link, MD, is an American Board of Radiology (ABR) certified radiologist who lives in San Francisco, California. Dr. Link has more than 20 years of experience as a clinical radiologist, and she regularly teaches undergraduate students, graduate students, resident physicians and junior faculty in medical image analysis and interpretation. Dr. Link is also a member of the Pegasus Physician Writers at Stanford, a group of academic and private practice physicians who write creatively. In this debut novel, Dr. Link teaches the interpretation of emergency x-rays through a page-turning detective story.

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