I'm cofounder of Curoverse, where we are building the next generation of broadly horizontal open source data science infrastructure. Our content-addressed storage system and containerized workflow engine offer breakthrough solutions for managing and processing terabytes to petabytes of file-based data sets.
Before cofounding Curoverse, I spent several years in the biotechnology industry, including roles with Novartis Diagnostics, Amgen, and Accenture's Health and Life Sciences Strategy practice. I also interned with the CEO Chief of Staff at Life Technologies and with the Director of the Office of Biotechnology Products at the FDA.
I hold an MBA from Harvard Business School, an MEng focused in computational molecular biology from MIT, and undergraduate degrees in mathematics & computer science, also from MIT. In 2007, I graduated from National Bartenders School.
I also sit on the board of the Commonwealth School, and sing bass in Redline, Boston's premier all-male a cappella group. I also CrossFit several times a week, and enjoy both meditation and competitive puzzle solving. I competed on winning Mystery Hunt teams in 2002, 2006, 2008, 2010, and 2015.
Drop me a line at: js at jonathansheffi dot com.