I'm a bioengineer focused on doing good in the world.
(Here's my curriculum vitae.)
I develop technologies that help advance the life sciences, from microfluidic computers to better in vitro organ models to robotic systems that find better treatments for cancer patients.
I speak the languages of hardware, software, and biology; I've found that bringing those three worlds together is a great way to create something awesome.
I also strongly believe in the power of good communication, especially among scientists and engineers. We may have the ability to change the world, but there's no use if we can't explain how we're going to do it.
My interest in cooking started back in high school with daily episodes of Emeril Live. I started a food blog to keep track of what I cooked, and it's evolved into a series of detailed, step-by-step recipes with lots of pictures. Check it out!
Music has played a significant role in my life; I've played piano in an orchestra, snare in a marching band, and marimba in a drum corps. Nowadays, I make piano recordings and show them on my YouTube channel.
Building a platform across hardware, software, and biology to find better treatments for cancer patients.
Conducted research in microfluidic digital logic for automated fluid handling on a chip.
The Robotic Industries Association (RIA) has a joint interview with Matt (Notable CEO/Co-Founder) and me about how Notable uses robotics to find better cancer treatments.
TetraScience has a 1-on-1 in-depth interview with me about Notable’s approach in using technology to speed up treatment discovery.
My PM360 profile after winning the ELITE 100 award. TetraScience also does a recap of the awards.
A profile on Notable Labs (done by the wonderful people at DCA) on how Notable is shaping the future of clinical trials.
On average, I've given about one talk per year since 2015. Here's some of the more public ones:
This was a fun lightning talk (15 minutes!) that I gave at SLAS 2021 in conjunction with Biosero. I talk about our approach to lab automation at Notable, and how to reconcile the frequent changes in R&D with the slightly slower development times of lab automation.
In this talk at SLAS 2018, I give an overview of what Notable does and how we use our platform to help find better treatments for cancer patients.
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