Subeh Mohammad 2016
Milken Scholar 2002
Scholar Profile

Mohammad Subeh



Dr. Mohammad Subeh is an emergency physician and traumatologist with a deep passion for innovation and discovery, both inside and outside of medicine. After completing his undergraduate degree (BA Human Biology) and graduate work (MA Sociology, MS Epidemiology/Biostatistics) at Stanford University, Mohammad took his first major dive into entrepreneurship. He founded HireLabs, an outcomes analytics company aimed at deciphering organizational data to reshape and guide how people are managed within these organizations. Since then, he has founded and advised several companies in the health tech space. More recently, his love for science and coffee led him to launch Kenz Coffee Roasters, a bay area-based specialty coffee roastery that sources high quality coffee microlots worldwide and featuring these unique coffees to coffee lovers across the globe.

Dr Subeh received his MD from Oregon Health and Science University, and completed Emergency Medicine residency training at the University of Chicago and Ultrasound Fellowship at UC Irvine. Currently, he serves as Partner of Vituity and Assistant Medical Director of the El Camino Hospital Emergency Department in Mountain View, CA. Additionally, he practices emergency medicine at UC Irvine, Catalina Island Medical Center, Good Samaritan Hospital in San Jose, CA. He enjoys spending time with his family of four, deep sea fishing, and traveling to different countries to provide free medical care to underserved communities.

High school:  John A. Rowland High School


College Year Degree
Stanford University
Palo Alto, CA
2006 B.A. Human Biology
Stanford University
Palo Alto, CA
2006 M.A. Sociology
Stanford University
Palo Alto, CA
2007 M.S. Clinical Epidemiology
Oregon Health & Science University
Portland, OR
2012 M.D. Medicine

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Mohammad Subeh (MS '02)

He's making it look easy. Last year, Mohammad Subeh, MS ‘02 completed his master's degree in sociology and this year he added a master's degree in clinical epidemiology to his repertoire. Up next, Mohammad is planning to attend medical school at his alma mater, Stanford University.