I split my time between the medical device industry and academic research. For my day job, I run the Global Science & Technology - Medical Division, focusing on medical device consulting and services for healthcare agencies. At Stanford, my research is focused on the interaction between vascular implants and the dynamic anatomy. I advise companies on device design, biomechanics, mechanical testing, preclinical and cadaver testing, regulatory strategy, and entrepreneurship.
PhD, Stanford University, Biomechanical Engineering (2002)
MS, Stanford University, Biomechanical Engineering (2000)
BSE, Duke University, Biomedical Engineering (1998)
BSE, Duke University, Electrical Engineering (1998)