Gordian Bio - I work to make aging a good thing. Our bodies have the capacity for rejuvenation, but we haven’t yet mastered the biology that makes this happen. Biology is full of feedback loops that cause non-linear responses, which makes it difficult to go from experimental observations to reliably producing specific physiological outcomes. My focus is on developing technologies to interrogate the full network of aging processes inside living organisms. This includes multiplexed measurement of complex states, interpretable perturbations, and context-aware data models. Previously, I was an academic working on a range of cellular mechanisms involved in aging: mitochondrial function, NAD metabolism, DNA damage signaling and other stress responses.