Sheg Aranmolate considers himself an amateur polymath, but definitely not a genius of any sort. He holds several degrees, including a bachelor's degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (BSc) with a minor in Psychology from the University of Maryland, a master's degree in Applied Molecular Biology (MSc) from the University of Maryland, a master's degree in Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Texas, and a doctorate in Medicine (MD) from the University of Tennessee.
Before medical school, he worked in a Microbiology and Immunology laboratory at Vanderbilt University and holds a patent for potential antimicrobial compounds that were discovered during his research at the prestigious institution.
He has published an inspirational/fitness book titled iActuate: 100 day guide to complete fitness, and his published indie novel, Bountiful Famine, was nominated for the prestigious IMPAC Dublin Literary Award.
He has dabbled in the fashion world as a model, and he was featured as one of the contenders on Oprah's Big Give show, which aired on the ABC television network. He was named one of the young leaders by Ebony Magazine and Nashville Business Journal respectively, and was crowned as one of the most beautiful people by the Nashville Lifestyle Magazine. When not musing about the world's greatest mysteries and problems, he is hanging out with his family, thinking about hitting the gym or dreaming about eating sushi.