Kevin E. Lindsay, MD, PhD
Integrated Interventional Radiology Resident
Additional Tracks:research track
Hometown: Airforce Brat, with the majority of childhood spent on the beautiful island of Okinawa, Japan, and the quite non-tropical Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Describe a teachable med school moment: I'm going to skip this one as medical school feels very far away already
Why I chose MIR: The infrastructure and personnel at MIR for research is unparalleled in regards to cancer pathology, research grade scanners, non-human primates, and people who are collegial, approachable, and willing to try new things. I will come out of training clinically excellent and with a strong position to attain early career funding for research.
My personal interests: Soccer, maintaining my tank-top tan line, gravel/mountain/road biking, backpacking
My favorite go-to meal: Chicken and Dumplings
I'm excited about living in St. Louis because: The infrastructure here for biking is phenomenal. The Greenway system of bike trails are extensive and link cool areas of town.
Something most people don’t know about me: House plants don't seem to die under my care. And I have an aptitude for pickling random items.
Interventional oncology, transplant organ rejection
mRNA directed therapy, immuno-engineering for innate and adaptive immune system modulation and imaging