Sirus was born in London, England, and moved to Houston, Texas when he was seven years old. He completed his BS in Biochemistry and Cell Biology at Rice University, during which he served as an EMT, researched nociception in Drosophila, and studied biomedical sciences at Oxford University. He proceeded to complete his MD at Baylor College of Medicine with Highest Honors, where he was elected to both Alpha Omega Alpha and Gold Humanism Honor Society, and was awarded the Jeffrey C. Elkins Memorial Scholarship Award upon graduating. He is now completing his Internal Medicine training at the Massachusetts General Hospital and serves as a Clinical Fellow at Harvard Medical School.
Sirus is passionate about mentorship and has taught students from the elementary school to graduate level. He has particular experience in guiding students throughout the medical school application process and preparing students for Step 1 and Step 2CK.
When he is not teaching or practicing medicine, Sirus enjoys sailing on the Charles River and exploring Boston by bike. He also enjoys discovering new board games and learning how to cook new recipes.