Brad Iden - A veteran engineer, Brad Iden has a professional background extending more than two decades.
Nationality

American

Work category

Education and Training

Education

PhD/Doctorate

Profile Activity

Studying at Princeton University in the late 1980s, he notably earned B.A., B.S., and MBA degrees in Philosophy and Management, and was selected class valedictorian. Brad Iden next completed a Medical Doctor at John Hopkins University. During his residency training at the same Baltimore institution, he was selected as Resident of the Year.

Mr. Iden supports a number of high profile charities, including the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA). In addition to rescuing pets from abusive situations and finding them loving adoptive homes, the ASPCA has a central mission of lobbying government agencies for humane animal treatment. A current legislative focus is on ending the practice of injuring the legs of Tennessee Walking Horses to enhance their “high stepping” performance in show competitions.

Brad Iden's Education and Qualifications

2005

PhD/Doctorate - Engineering

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

ATHLETICS:
IntraMural Champion

ACHIEVEMENTS:
Valedictorian

1998

PhD/Doctorate - Medicine

Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

MEMBERSHIPS:
General Surgery

ATHLETICS:
IntraMural Champion

ACHIEVEMENTS:
Valedictorian
Resident of the Year

1990

Masters/PostGrad - BA / BS / MBA

Princeton University

ATHLETICS:
IntraMural Champion

ACHIEVEMENTS:
Valedictorian

Brad Iden's Additional Information

Links

Interests

Martial Arts, Sports, Travel, Art