These days I'm exploring distributed ledgers, doing R&D on the decentralized Web and e-health at my startup Fermi.xyz, while advising other companies and having meaningful conversations. Previously I was director of software solutions (US & EU) at iHealth, a ~300 people digital health and wearables company, where I managed products and teams of engineers and product managers to build B2B telemedicine web apps and mobile apps in Silicon Valley, Europe and Singapore. Before that I studied Product Management at Stanford, built startups, spent a cool summer at NASA Ames doing the GSP at Singularity University, did academic research in Semantic Web and bioinformatics, built an award-winning web portal on science and tech when I was 14 and other things you can find out over at LinkedIn and Twitter.
Some fun facts: 👨🎓 studied and worked in four countries, 🛩 traveled in over 30, 🏛 said no to a funded MBA at Oxford and PhD in Computer Science at Imperial College London to do startups, 🍏 Apple power user since the beginning (owned the Macintosh LC, Performa, PowerMac G3, G4, G5, iBook, iMac, PowerBook G3, G4, Mac Pro, Macbook Pro, iPod, etc.), 🚁 flew an helicopter out of SQL airport (after Oracle's Larry Ellison and the database query language ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ SV), 🏎 drove on part of the Monaco F1 race track with my car & other things that sound cool but I don't actually have a lavish lifestyle. 👨👩👧👦 I value rare human connections, friendships and relationships, ethics, imagination and curiosity. Feel free to email me!
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