Joe is an entrepreneur from Nashville, TN. He founded Multiply Labs, a company that 3D-prints personalized medicine to create custom dosages for individual patients using a patented pharmaceutical robotics system.
The company graduated from Y Combinator in 2016, built an FDA-approved robotic-pharma facility, and launched the first ever 3D printed pill onto the market. Joe dropped out of MIT's MBA program to start Multiply, and previously was a research fellow at the MIT Media Lab and a graduate of Duke University.
"The boldest entrepreneurs are always attracted to the biggest, most difficult problems. Today the most difficult and impactful projects are all in bioscience. Programming matter to cure diseases, feed populations, and become an interplanetary species is the moral imperative of our time."