Associate Dean for Entrepreneurship in the Pratt School of Engineering
Founded three medical device start-up companies, which commercialized university-based technologies.
Mattson Family Director
Founder of PocketSonics, a successful ultrasound imaging company, and in vitro diagnostic company HemoSonics.
Helps manage the financial mechanisms of the EngEn initiative. She is also a Business Manager in Duke's Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, responsible for daily operations.
Executive Director, Duke MEDx
Previously worked in clinical development strategy for GlaxoSmithKline, and served on the board of advisors of Zinfandel Pharmaceuticals, Inc. and the joint patent committee of the Zinfandel-Takeda Alliance.
Lecturing Fellow, Senior in the Department of Biomedical Engineering
Has nearly 30 years in the medical device design consulting industry with PDD, Sagentia. He is the CEO of Clinvue.
Coordinates and administers programs and activities for EngEn— Tanya has over 10 years' experience in higher education student services support, academic advising and program coordination.
Executive Director, Engineering Entrepreneurship
Previously led R&D programs at medical device startups. Fioleda currently oversees Engen’s FastTrack medical device translator and the BRiDGE incubator.
Adjunct Professor in the Pratt School of Engineering
President & CEO, InnAVasc Medical Inc.
Co-founded an Internet consulting company and was a product development executive with Yahoo! and Twitter.
Professor of Biomedical Engineering
Founder and director of the Coulter Foundation Translational Partnership Program at Duke, and Director of Innovation at Duke CTSI.
Staff Assistant, BRIDGE
Associate Professor of the Practice in the Department of Biomedical Engineering
Previously managed R&D teams at Medtronic and founded two innovation programs at Rice University.