Eddy is a geriatrician and a Master of Public Health (Health Care Management) candidate at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Originally from Malaysia, Eddy graduated from Kaohsiung Medical University in Taiwan and subsequently completed postgraduate training in Family Medicine as Chief Resident at the Wayne State University ‒ Henry Ford Hospital program. He also completed a fellowship training in Geriatric Medicine at Harvard Medical School. As a medical student, Eddy was actively involved in numerous outreach programs and has spent time in Mzuzu Central Hospital in Malawi as a volunteer, and trained at Massachusetts General Hospital and National University Hospital in Singapore. Eddy espouses the concept of a more integrated healthcare delivery system for the elderly and is passionate about developing a framework for “Disrupting Aging”, an innovative idea seeking to upend the traditional geriatric care model. He has served as Associate Director for a multispecialist tele-consultation project (ECHO-AGE) at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, which aims to provide high-quality care for individuals with dementia and behavior disorders. Moreover, as Instructor in Medicine at Harvard Medical School, Eddy enjoys mentoring medical students and residents. He is a firm believer of the “learn, then teach” motto.