Currently, I split my time between the medical device industry and academic research. For my day job, I am the CEO of a medical device start up developing a novel implantable device to treat gallstone disease. 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 clinical trials, regulatory affairs, and clinical affairs.
Adjunct Professor, Surgery - Vascular Surgery
PhD, Stanford University, Biomechanical Engineering (2002)
MS, Stanford University, Biomechanical Engineering (2000)
BSE, Duke University, Biomedical Engineering (1998)
BSE, Duke University, Electrical Engineering (1998)