About Tyler

Hey, welcome - I'm Tyler Golato, a scientist, musician, and visual artist with extremely broad interests.

As Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer at Molecule AG, I currently work on a platform that fosters decentralized, modular, and collaborative drug development. I am also a founding steward at VitaDAO, dedicated to supporting longevity research through a decentralized funding collective, as well as PsyDAO, a collective focused on funding psychedelic research.

My prior experience includes an IRTA Fellowship at the National Institute on Aging (NIH/NIA/IRP) under the mentorship of Dr. David M. Wilson III and Dr. Vilhelm Bohr, where I focused on endogenous DNA damage repair in the context of aging. During my undergraduate studies, I collaborated with Dr. Ron Hutchison and Dr. Daniel Hernandez to examine pathogenesis in limulus egg populations using Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) and conducted research at Columbia University with Dr. Robert Fine, investigating chemotherapy resistance mechanisms in pancreatic cancer and developing novel therapeutic strategies for various cancers.

In addition to my professional pursuits, I maintain a broad interest in decentralized science, artificial intelligence, psychedelics, and longevity research, as I am passionate about exploring the potential of cutting-edge technologies and innovative approaches to enhance our understanding of the world and improve human lives.

I express my creativity through electronic music production under multiple aliases, contributing to several labels, and performing as a DJ under the moniker Faretrade.

I produce visual art under the monikers Scanate and 0xracle - two different projects focused on textural, abstracted images and more distorted.


Decentralized science (DeSci), longevity, psychedelics, synthetic biology, AI, theology, electronic music, digital art, and the existential crises involved with being human.








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