Mr. White has over 25 years of medical device product development experience and is the recipient of 10 patents. He began his medical device career at Cordis Corporation, a Johnson & Johnson Company, where he developed and commercialized next generation angioplasty balloon catheters and coronary stents. Next, he spent 15 years at CardioMEMS (acquired by St. Jude Medical in 2014 and Abbott Laboratories in 2016) as Vice President of Research and Development – Biomedical Engineering. In this position, he led development of the CardioMEMS PA Sensor and Delivery System portions of the wireless implanted pressure monitoring system through product approval and commercialization. Next, he spent 6 years at Vero Biotech, Inc. as Chief of Research and Development. In this position he led development of the GENOSYL DS tankless nitric oxide delivery system and next generation versions through product approval and commercialization. Mr. White holds an MS in Engineering Management from Florida International University and a BS in Biomedical and Electrical Engineering from Duke University.