Experience in the field
- High Energy Surgical Device – Build Manager, Manufacturing Transition
- Near-Patient CD4 Counter – Transition Lead
- Blood Glucose Meter – Hardware Design, V&V
- Automated Fluorescent Microscopy System – Controlled Build Manager, Manufacturing Transition
- MRI Power Supply Test Fixture – Hardware Design, Assembly, V&V
- Left Ventricular Assist Device Controller – V&V
- Automated laboratory sample preparation device – Design transfer, controlled build lead
What’s the most interesting Medical Device project you’ve worked on and why?
The LVAD Controller. V&V testing was very hands-on and brought me into test laboratories that I hadn’t worked in before. The technology was fascinating – a spiral motor with ruby bearings – as were the customer stories. A person who wears a LVAD has no pulse!
If you could work on any type of medical device project, what would it be and why would you want to work on it?
I would love to work on a medical device that departs from Western medicine and instead takes on a wellness approach. How about a device that removes environmental toxins from the body? Or something that identifies nutrient deficiencies and quickly brings the blood chemistry back into balance? If we could develop a device that speeds up the body’s ability to heal from trauma or disease, that would be amazing.
What do you like about working at Tensentric?
The people: everyone here is high caliber and easy to work with
The flexibility: being able to work from home, take vacation when you want
The office: it’s the nicest engineering office I’ve ever seen
Variety of work: each project and product is different
What unique set of skills do you bring to Tensentric?
- Years of interfacing between design teams and build teams
- Have worn many hats in previous projects
- Willing to do what it takes to get the job done