I’m a software and systems engineer, hands-on manager, and lifelong “medtech nerd” – even in high school, I was a co-winner of the Long Island Science Congress for developing a wireless temperature sensor system that was implanted in a rat.
At Cornell I earned my degree in Electrical Engineering with a minor in Neurobiology. Since then, I’ve primarily worked in the design and development of medical devices and some other high-reliability products. My passion is in working with fellow technologists and diverse stakeholders to turn innovative technologies into real products that fill a need, and that people like to use.
I also enjoy writing and speaking. My book, Prototype to Product: A Practical Guide for Getting to Market (O’Reilly Media) is now for sale,and a while back I authored a textbook on computer communications that sold more than 20,000 copies. I’ve also written a number of articles on various topics, and spoken at venues include ESC, DesignMed, and a keynote address at RTECC.
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