Our knowledgeable and talented team of Zetema Staff and Fellows are committed to creating a forum that stimulates the productive exchange of diverse, expert opinion on the many facets of the US healthcare system.
Daniel Ebner is an [inaugural] 2019 Zetema Project Fellow. He is a 2019 MPH candidate and Siegrist Family Fellow at Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health, with a concentration in Health Policy and Management, and a 2020 MD candidate at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, where he previously served as student body president. During his tenure at Zetema, he aims to learn from and work with the panelists, contributors, and staff, contribute to the Project’s research, writing, and meetings, and more globally work to build the Zetema Project alumni and mentoring network for current and future participants. Prior to joining the Zetema Project, Mr. Ebner worked as an independent consultant for the Japanese government, as well as performed translational, clinical, and public health research with teams at Kyoto University, the University of Tokyo, and most recently the National Institute of Radiological Sciences in Japan. His current focus is on the ethical deployment of artificial intelligence and technological entrepreneurship within the medical field. Mr. Ebner earned two BS degrees from Clemson University, one in Biochemistry and one in Genetics.