Beginning with his postdoctoral fellowship, Tom led numerous technology development programs in cell therapy, regenerative medicine, and enabling technologies at BD Technologies (Becton Dickinson) in North Carolina.
After successfully bringing several custom cell culture environments to the point of commercialization, Tom relocated to New Jersey and moved into a medical device product development role at BD Medical, Medication Delivery Solutions. During his five years in New Jersey, Tom led an R&D organization that was responsible for design, development, commercialization, sustaining engineering, and life cycle management for a product franchise spanning fourteen manufacturing sites, four continents, and over 10 billion single-use disposable medical devices per year. In his current role, Tom leads the design and development activities for Yukon Medical’s core product portfolio and custom device offerings, which are dedicated to making medication preparation and delivery safer and more efficient.
Among his favorite responsibilities is elevating Yukon Medical’s technical capabilities by developing young engineers and partnering with external experts.
Tom holds a Bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Engineering from Johns Hopkins University, a joint MS/MBA with a concentration in Biotechnology from the University of Florida, and a Ph.D. in Medical Sciences from the University of Florida. Tom enjoys spending free time with his wife and two children and is an enthusiastic, novice sailor.