Dan Ebner was a 2019 Zetema Project Fellow, during which he focused specifically on the intersection of health care policy and digital health/technology. Currently he is a visiting clinical researcher at the National Institute of Radiological Sciences in Japan and member of the MIT Critical Data research group. He will join the University of California Irvine for his internship, before joining the Mayo Clinic for his residency in Radiation Oncology. Prior to joining the Zetema Project, Dr 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. He currently focuses his time on the ethical deployment of artificial intelligence and technological entrepreneurship within medicine, and on the role of high-energy particle beams in directed cancer care. He earned his medical degree with a concentration on global health from the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, where he served as Student Body President. He earned his Master in Public Health from Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health, concentrating on Health Policy and Management, and where he was a Siegrist Family Fellow.