Jeremy Bass, MD
Undergraduate: Rice University (Electrical Engineering)|
Graduate: Electrical Engineering, Rice University
Medical School: University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
Residency: University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
Dr. Jeremy Bass is originally from Dallas, Texas. During his undergraduate and graduate time at Rice University, he was exposed to the medicine from an engineering perspective in the Texas Medical Center. During this time, he realized the impact technology could have on medicine and improving people's lives. He believed he would better be able to impact healthcare technology as a physician, and completed medical school and residency in San Antonio, Texas. He completed his residency training in psychiatry. Dr. Bass had the opportunity his last year of residency to serve as one of the Chief Residents, focusing on education of students and residents. He has also presented at the American Psychiatric Association. It was during his final year of residency, he found the opportunity to combine his passions. He then went on to intern at Tamber Health in Minnesota. The world of mental health technology was in its nascent though, and so he chose a more traditional path, working private practice in Birmingham, AL and later at a state hospital in Terrell, Texas. However, his passion for technology in healthcare could not be extinguished. He is now excited to be a Clinical Informatics fellow at UCSD, where he hopes to use information services to improve patient care, outcomes, and experience. His interest lies in using technology effectively and appropriately to meet these goals. When he is not working, he enjoys traveling.
Brian Khan, MD
Undergraduate: Andrews University|
Graduate: La Sierra University
Medical School: Loma Linda University
Residency: Huntington Hospital
Dr. Brian Khan is originally from Silver Spring, Maryland. He completed his undergraduate degree at Andrews University, followed by his medical education at Loma Linda University School of Medicine with a short detour to obtain his MBA in healthcare management at La Sierra University. Finding that being a jack-of-all-trades suited his personality, he went on to complete his residency in internal medicine at Huntington Hospital where he was able to learn excellent patient care and participate on numerous quality improvement projects. He completed his Six Sigma certification and is a Just Culture Champion. These experiences fostered a deep interest in informatics, health IT, and using technology to better serve patients. He is very excited to join UCSD as a clinical informatics fellow. In his free time, he enjoys volunteering, spending time by the ocean, traveling, and food!