I’m currently co-founder, technical advisor and chair at Everwell, a spinout organization from Microsoft Research that develops and scales innovative technologies for national health programs. Previously, I was based at Microsoft Research for 13 years, where I sought to apply technology to positively impact health, education, and other high-value domains. I earned my B.S., M.Eng. and Ph.D. degrees from MIT, where I worked on programming languages and compilers for multicore architectures and microfluidic chips.
Though much of my time has focused on implementation recently, I’m still actively engaged with the academic research community and would love to hear from colleagues new and old. This site links to some of my publications and collaborators’ impact initatives.