About the Author
Vikram Dhillon is an internal medicine resident physician at Wayne State University, Detroit Medical Center and a research fellow at the Institute of Simulation and Training, University of Central Florida (UFC). He holds a bachelor of science degree in molecular biology from the University of Central Florida where his main focus was bioinformatics, a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, and a doctoral degree from Nova Southeastern University. He has published multiple scientific papers on computational genomics.
He has worked as a software and business development coach at the Blackstone Launchpad to mentor young entrepreneurs and startups through the process of building technology products. He was previously funded by the National Science Foundation through the Innovation Corps program to study customer discovery and apply it to commercialize high-risk startup ideas. He is a member of the Linux Foundation and has been involved in open-source projects and initiatives for the past several years. He often speaks at local conferences and meetups about programming, design, security, and entrepreneurship.