Joseph Studholme is founder and CEO of Princeton Integrative Rx Analytics (PIRXA), a Princeton-based health care data research and development firm, and a founding member of Union Atlantic Ventures, where he is responsible for the overall operations and management of the firm, with a particular focus on deal origination and coaching management teams.
Prior to his current positions, Studholme was co-founder and COO of Restricted Stock Systems (RSS), a VC-backed financial software firm which he and his team took from a concept sketched on a napkin in August of 2000 to a leading supplier of financial software and services by October of 2007. Among other achievements, RSS was the New Jersey Tech Council Early Stage Company of the Year. Studholme got his start in the software business selling the first Macintosh computers on the floor of the Princeton University Store in 1984.
Studholme, who serves as president of the Graduate Board of one of the campus's historic eating clubs, Colonial Club, said he looks forward to his new role as XIR. "The University gave me my start in software and entrepreneurship, and I'm delighted to have the opportunity to go back to Old Nassau and help Princeton's faculty, staff, alumni and students create successful products and companies," he said.