Marty Tenenbaum is a renowned computer scientist, Internet entrepreneur and cancer survivor. He founded Cancer Commons and CollabRx (NASD: CRLX) to help each cancer patient obtain the best possible outcome. He was an Internet commerce pioneer, having founded or co-founded Enterprise Integration Technologies (1990, acquired by VeriFone), CommerceNet (1994), Veo Systems (1996, acquired by Commerce One), and Webify Solutions (2002, acquired by to IBM). He also served as an officer and Director of Medstory (acquired by Microsoft).
Dr. Tenenbaum is a fellow and former board member of the American Association for Artificial Intelligence, and a former consulting professor of Computer Science at Stanford. He currently serves on the boards of Efficient Finance, Patients Like Me, and the Public Library of Science (PLoS). He holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in Electrical Engineering from MIT, and a Ph.D. from Stanford.
Cancer Commons is a non-profit open science initiative, where cancer patients are treated in accord with the latest knowledge, and that knowledge is continually updated based on each patient’s response.