Paul Holzer, D.Eng(c), M.Eng., M.S., M.B.A.
Mr. Holzer served an officer in the US Navy SEAL teams, including four combat deployments to Iraq, Afghanistan, and other undisclosed locations, was awarded two Bronze Stars, and attained the rank of Lieutenant Commander (0-4) before beginning his next career in Boston. Paul was honored to be selected as an MIT-Charles Stark Draper Fellow, where he authored “Design and analysis of a Non-Pressurized Manned Submersible”. Paul started his journey in biology and transplantation. After beginning his journey into biology and medicine, he trained under Dr. Curtis Cetrulo and Dr. David Sachs at the Massachusetts General Hospital during his research fellowship at the Center for Transplantation Sciences in vascularized composite tissue allotransplantation and clinical surgery, resulting in four first-author publications. and later trained under Dr. Harold Swartz at Dartmouth culminating in “Zero to One – Translational Advancements in the Field of Xenotransplantation.”
Mr. Holzer holds a Masters in Engineering from MIT, a Masters in Experimental and Molecular Medicine from Dartmouth College’s Geisel School of Medicine, a Master’s in Business Administration with an emphasis in Economics, from Southern New Hampshire University, and will complete his Doctorate in Engineering, based on his work at Alexis Bio, at the Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering in 2022.