Silicon Valley, California
Ever since I had an atresia surgically repaired at age five, I've been fascinated with the field of medical science. Combining my love of consumer electronics and technology with medicine, I studied biomedical engineering at the University of Southern California and graduated in 2009.
My experiences includes supporting the launch of PEAK Surgical (acquired by Medtronic in 2011), assisting in the development of "neoglycosides", a new class of antibiotics shown to combat drug-resistant bacteria, connecting health entrepreneurs, investors, and innovators at Rock Health, and selling the world's best products at Apple.
As a highly sought-after health technology journalist, I've been a guest contributor to Intel’s iQ e-magazine and Rock Health’s corporate blog and have provided live, on-site coverage of the International CES and Digital Health Summit, TEDMED, and Stanford Medicine X conference. Most recently, I have been appearing on TWiT.tv's The New Screen Savers as a semi-regular medical and health technology correspondent.
I'm always looking for the next big thing in medical technology and digital health. Interested in helping me transform lives? I'd love to get in touch with you!