American author and health care entrepreneur. Goetz holds a B.A. degree from Bates College, a master's degree in public health from the University of California, Berkeley, and a master's degree in American literature from the University of Virginia. At
Wired magazine, where he was a longtime executive editor, he wrote articles about genomics, medical technology, and behavior change that have been widely anthologized; his popular TED talk about redesigning medical data led up to his co-founding of Iodine, "a health technology company with the mission of turning medical research data into clear and actionable tools for ordinary people to make better decisions about their health." Goetz is the author of two books: The Decision Tree: Taking Control of Your Health in the New Era of Personalized Medicine (2010) and The Remedy (2014), which chronicles the story of the battle against tuberculosis. See also thomasgoetz.com.