|Age (at audition)||47|
Dr. Steven Eisenberg completed a medical oncology and hematology fellowship at Georgetown University Medical Center, Vincent T. Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center. After training, he co-founded cCARE, California’s largest medical oncology practice. He's dubbed the 'CEO' at cCARE, Chief Empathy Officer. His research publications include articles on novel therapies for cancer and his special interests are breast cancer, cancer prevention, patient engagement, and new healthcare technologies. He was one of the first graduates of FutureMed at NASA's Ames Research Center in Silicon Valley. Building upon his expertise in healthcare technology, he joined the faculty of Singularity University's Exponential Medicine program and joined the ranks of the world's top medical innovators.
Dr. Eisenberg is triple-board-certified (Internal Medicine, Medical Oncology, and Hematology) and sees private patients in San Diego. He’s had numerous hospital best bedside manner wins and he was the first recipient of the Dr. Emanuel Fliegelman Humanitarian Award for the doctor exhibiting highly compassionate care during residency. After graduating from Singularity University, he co-founded Workup, Inc., a startup in the oral cancer treatment adherence space, for which he serves as Chief Medical Officer. Also known as the singing oncologist, Dr. Eisenberg co-writes songs with amazing individuals living with cancer through Lyrical Life, a passion project of his that was featured on NBC's TODAY show. Steven hosts the top outlet for health information, innovation, and inspiration -- The Dr. Steven Show. His guests include A-list healthcare luminaries, thought leaders on the future of medicine, and celebrity health & wellness trainers. 
Dr. Steve's audition in Episode 1305 consisted of performing an original song about his mother. Howie Mandel , Mel B , Heidi Klum and Simon Cowell all buzzed the act. Despite protests from his mother, all four judges voted "No," eliminating Dr. Steve from the competition.