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Tenzing is a fourth-year medical student at Harvard Medical School, where he is a Knox Scholar. He is currently involved in a phase III trial at Massachusetts General Hospital on the use of nitric oxide to prevent cardiopulmonary bypass-associated acute kidney injury. Since October, Tenzing has been involved with the editorial team at the NEJM and authored a "From Pages to Practice" editorial on sudden cardiac arrests during competitive sports. Prior to medical school, he was at the University of Oxford, where he characterized key proteins involved in the cell cycle of trypanosome parasites, the causative agent of African sleeping sickness. His academic interests include cardiac intensive care and mechanical circulatory support devices.
Clinical and Research Fellow in the Harvard Combined Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Fellowship Program. I have a specific interest in the field of Resuscitation Science and am presently completing a research fellowship with the Beth Israel Deaconess (BIDMC) Center for Resuscitation Science. My research focus is on sepsis interventions and outcomes.
I am currently a second year Internal Medicine resident at the University of Colorado School of Medicine and will be pursuing a fellowship in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine following residency. While I originally planned on becoming a general internist, I changed career paths after rotating through the Medical ICU. I enjoyed being able to appreciate physiology in real time and practicing in a fast-paced environment filled with opportunities for procedures as well as meaningful patient interactions.