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Devan Sheffield is a 1st-year medical student.


Research Assistant

Brigham Young University

Analyzed 9000+ suicide narratives to categorize & quantify specific circumstances for statistical analysis. Created complex VBA macros to sort, modify, and arrange information to attain needed statistical data. Aided in writing three different articles related to veteran suicide that are in the process of publication  


Research Assitant

LDS Charities

Conducted 50+ follow up interviews with doctors & nurses in Ecuador to identify weaknesses & strengths in training. Calculated efficiency ratings for training protocols to ensure effective neonatal resuscitation instruction. Proposed procedural changes to standard methods of training leading to an increase in instruction efficiency   


Communications Intern

Primary Children's Hospital

Analyzed media demographics to identify target audiences increasing viewer traffic across the company’s social media. Selected because of my persuasive skills to create online content that generated 100,000+ views in less than a week. Facilitated and developed community outreach programs to inform 1,000+ people of child safety issues 


Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine

Rocky Vista College of Osteopathic Medicine


Bachelors of Science in Business Management

Brigham Young University


High School Diploma

Pleasant Grove High School


Microsoft Powerpoint - Advanced

Microsoft Excel - Advanced

HTML - Proficient

Tableau - Competent

VBA - Advanced

Spanish - Advanced

My Blanket Drive
When I was a little boy I had to spend Christmas in the hospital as a child. Even though I was sick the staff worked to make the time enjoyable. I distinctly remember being given a blanket during my Christmas stay in the hospital which I dearly loved. When I was ten years old I thought about how that blanket helped me and wanted to provide that same joy to other children. So for the past 15 years I have donated enough blankets every year to Primary Children's Hospital so that every child there over Christmas can get there own blanket.