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Arthur Chen


Arthur joined Keystone in 2020 as an associate in the New York office after graduating with his Sc.B. in Biomedical Engineering from Brown University. In college, Arthur served as a teaching assistant in the engineering department as well as a private and peer tutor at both the Wheeler School and Brown University. He also worked in the Lee Laboratory, a biomedical optics lab that was focused on bringing intra-operative vision into surgeries in the form of an OCT microscopy system. He was inducted into the Tau Beta Pi engineering society in 2019 and was an active participant in music at Brown.

Arthur is passionate about the intersection of technology and healthcare and hopes to eventually leverage his experiences with power high-tech solutions to the complex issues that plague U.S. healthcare and hospitals today.

In his free time, Arthur enjoys sipping over-caffeinated lattes and creative writing in the form of songwriting and short story writing. He is a huge fan of beaches, bike rides, and all things Taylor Swift and is very happy to be a part of the Keystone family.