Teddy joined the healthcare community over 25 years ago, after graduating from Stanford University’s mechanical engineering program. Since then, he has served start-up and Fortune 500 companies in research, design, clinical, marketing, and sales leadership roles; developing imaging, interventional, surgical, and pharmaceutical products. Along the way, Teddy earned his MBA from the University of Michigan’s Ross Business School. With hard work, good judgment, and a little luck, Teddy has celebrated 2 IPO’s and 4 acquisitions, while earning numerous patents and commercializing dozens of new products worldwide. As a way of fostering innovation, Teddy teaches in the STEM and Biomedical Regulatory Affairs Master of Science (BRAMS) Programs at the University of Washington, serves as Director of Technology Development for the Institute of Translational Health Sciences and WE-REACH, and mentors startup CEOs in Seattle and the Silicon Valley.