Jack Aguilar is currently a medical student at the Giesel School of Medicine at Dartmouth. He is also currently a William J. von Liebig (renamed T35) Fellow at the Vascular Surgery Division of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, where he is researching the role of monocytes in the development of intimal hyperplasia following various vascular procedures.
Jack graduated from Johns Hopkins University with a bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Engineering. As part of a senior design team, he helped develop a low-cost paper-based microfluidic diagnostic device to test for HIV, Hep B, and Hep C. Jack, along with team member Steffi Liu, represented their device team at the Wake Forest Business Plan Competition, where they placed 3rd in the social track competition. He also co-authored a preliminary patent for the team and their business plan/proposals.
Jack also has consulting experience, having worked as an analyst for Accenture, he analyzed and outlined client business requirements and translated them into technical specifications to be completed by the programming team. He also gained experience in health policy analysis while working at Avalere Health LLC in their financial services branch. At Avalere, Jack analyzed Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement across the United States based on state budget reports, as well as mapped various moves in hospital stocks based on health policy changes at the national level.