Lifelong entrepreneur and engineer with a passion for solving complex problems.
Founded MIT-spinout semi-conductor company (Silicon Spice) at age 23 to enable carrier grade long-distance over IP. Sold company to Broadcom for $1.2 billion.
Founded one of the first big data / predictive analytics adtech companies for social media. Raised $12 million of venture funding from a variety of investors including NEA and Jim Clarke.
Studied artificial intelligence at the MIT Media Lab. PhD work developed a scientific model for discovering and validated individualized therapies through crowdsourced self-experiments (N-of-1). Worked with Cincinnati Children’s Hospital to apply this model to chronic care management.
Current project is Vital Labs, a San Francisco based startup building a novel mobile cardiology service and chronic care platform for patients, caregivers, and clinical care professionals.
Work in healthcare featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Scientific American, Discover Magazine, Proto Magazine, MIT Technology Review, and Harvard Business Review. Spoken on health and healthcare topics at Mayo Transform, Stanford’s MedicineX, Health Datapalooza, Academy Health, Health 2.0, HxRefactored, Strata, HealthFoo, Quantified Self, and I’ve been an invited delegate to the TEDMED conference.