As the Vice President of Engineering, Chris leads multidisciplinary product development efforts from concept to clinical trials. He also provides business development and strategy support for Archimedic.
Chris has over 20 years of experience in medical device product development and early stage R&D both at product-based companies and design consultancies. He has a strong mechanical, optical and systems engineering background with a history of leading successful medical device development programs that range from minimally invasive surgical devices and single use disposables to drug delivery devices, complex electro-mechanical systems and implantable devices. Chris has led development teams at multiple companies including Pentax Medical, Fractyl Laboratories, Essential Design, and Cambridge Consultants. He is deeply committed to providing high quality, innovative engineering services and leading programs that provide maximum value to the client. Chris has been named inventor on fourteen US patents and dozens of international patents and applications.
Chris holds a B.S. in Optical Engineering from the University of Rochester.