EXPERIENCE & BACKGROUND
Cutler is a recent Brown University Biotechnology (ScM) graduate and published scientist who previously earned a BS in CMGB (cell/molecular biology, genetics and biochemistry) along with a minor in psychology from Drexel University in 2018. In addition to furthering the scientific community as a published bench and clinical researcher for Brown University, the University of Pennsylvania Health System, Jefferson Health, Drexel University College of Medicine, and the Drexel University Department of Chemistry, Cutler has partnered with several institutions and organizations within the greater Philadelphia area – including The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, The Salvation Army, and MANNA to support the health and well-being of his local community.
From 2012-2014, Cutler competed as a sponsored, professional athlete on the World Snowboard Tour. Following his international snowboarding career, Cutler attended Delaware County Community College and eventually Drexel University. As an undergraduate, Cutler assisted with the development of Phi Delta Epsilon (PhiDE) – Drexel University’s undergraduate medical fraternity – and established the Peer Mentoring Program to support his peers academically. Cutler has ample experience leading philanthropy and fundraising campaigns for PhiDE's Children’s Miracle Network Hospital, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Additionally, Cutler was a program assistant for the CARE Reimagined Project alongside Penn Medicine’s Innovation Team and has spent years as a published clinical researcher for the Division of Plastic Surgery at the Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine.
More recently, Cutler was a Scientist II at Novartis in cancer drug discovery where he and his team plan to create novel therapies and technologies. He is now working full-time as the founder of Looie and cofounder of other companies, which have landed him opportunities to partake in the Mass Challenge Accelerator and as a finalist in the Get Started Rhode Island Pitch Competition. Cutler's broad healthcare, computer science, and scientific experience has prepared him for both technical and entrepreneurial career paths.
Abdominal Wall Reconstruction with Component Separation at the Time of Incisional Hernia Among Survivors of Emergency Laparotomy After Traumatic Injuries: A Population-Based Analysis of Complications and Healthcare Utilization
Delayed or Immediate Autologous Breast Reconstruction? A Matched Analysis of Clinical Outcomes in 884 Flaps