I love to work on solutions to big problems involving complex, real-world systems. I'm equally comfortable developing new business models, inventing algorithms, writing functional "big-data" cloud services, doing direct sales, hacking on mobile apps, or managing and growing an organization.
My current project is Vital Labs, a San Francisco based startup building a novel healthcare delivery platform that serves patients and clinical care professionals. This company emerged in part from my mid-career PhD on crowdsourcing healthcare at the MIT Media Laboratory. I also run an experimental technology incubator called Vital Reactor. Between projects I like to advise other startups, explore new domains, and occasionally do a little angel investing.
I'm a serious road-cycling enthusiast (you can find me on Strava.com), a fan of the Quantified Self and self-tracking, and I periodically release open source software (like the new Clojurescript dependency tracking framework Derive and front-end database Nativestore)
Webcast: Putting Mobile and Health Data to Work October 14, 2015
Join Ian Eslick, Tuhin Sinha, Roger Magoulas and Rob Rustad (moderated by Roger) will share their experience of putting personal health data to work within a regulated hospital IT environment.