Bob Storey, The MVR Company
Bob is Managing Director of The MVR Company, which focuses on the assessment and creation of new ventures, with a particular emphasis on medical technologies. Bob serves as the Managing Partner of The LaunchPort™ and is Chairman and board member for a number of early stage companies in orthopedics and cardiology.
He is currently serving on the External Advisory Board for the Johns Hopkins Center for Biomedical Innovation and Design, the Strategic Advisory Board for Johns Hopkins Laboratory for Computational Sensing and Robotics, the JHU Applied Physics Lab Technology Commercialization Panel, the Investment Review Committee for the Bisciotti Translational Research Fund, and is the Johns Hopkins advocate for medical device and engineering investment submissions to the Maryland Innovation Initiative.
He is appointed to the State of Maryland’s Life Sciences Advisory Board, and has been active in efforts of collaboration between the FDA, Payors, Device companies and Providers to develop a high value medical device demonstration hub in Maryland.
He is the Medical Device expert for the National Institute of Health’s I-Corps @ NIH™ program, is a Nationally Certified Instructor for the National Science Foundation’s I-Corps™ and was active in the development of the NIH NCATS/CTSI I-Corps program. In his role at the national level, he is the principal instructor for life science lean innovation programs at Johns Hopkins University and the University of Miami Biomedical Engineering/Miller School of Medicine. He has led international cohorts in the Lean Start-up area in Asia/Pacific, Middle East, South America and Africa.
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Jeff and Brad Quinn, The Quinn Group
The Quinn’s have been professionally involved in the medical device manufacturing industry for over 33 years. In 1986, they established and co-founded Engineered Medical Systems (EMS), a medical device manufacturer in Indianapolis, Indiana. EMS does contract manufacturing and private label medical devices for a variety of private and multi-national medical devices manufacturers and distributors. In 1998, they established Engineered Medical Systems Ireland (dba Caradyne, Ltd.) located in Galway, Ireland, to develop and manufacture ventilators, monitors and other respiratory devices for the acute care markets. This division was subsequently sold to one of their multi-national medical device partners
To expand EMS capabilities, they developed a sister company, Pulmodyne Inc. to develop, market and sell a proprietary line of products in the Critical Care, Airway Management and Emergency markets, with a worldwide sales network of over 70 global distributors and 20 domestic distributors.
With the success provided via their previous established companies, they expanded in 2014 by establishing Engineered Medical Systems (Malaysia) in Penang to support international products and markets. All EMS facilities are ISO-13485 certified facilities.
Engineered Medical Systems (Baltimore) was opened in 2018 as the anchor tenant of The LaunchPort™.
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Cricket and Charlie
Highly qualified in their areas of expertise.
Unfortunately, furry friends are not allowed in our medical device operation!
Available for private consultation…….