Bryce Starr

  • Graduate Student

B.S. Chemistry with Concentration in Biochemistry – Duke University ‘20

Bryce Starr received a B.S. degree in Chemistry with concentration in Biochemistry from Duke University, Durham, NC in 2020. At Duke, MD Anderson Cancer Centre, and the University of Oxford, Bryce investigated brainstem glioma, AI in brain metastases MRI interpretation, and tumor hypoxia, respectively. He is currently a medical student in the Health Sciences and Technology M.D. program at Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA. His thesis research in the Roche lab involves the creation, characterization, and fabrication of a valve for use in patients with single-ventricle physiology. His broader research interests are in surgical and therapeutic device development.