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ESC Boston 2019 Schedule Viewer

 

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Timothy LooneyPresidentNortheast Biomedical

Timothy Looney has over 25 years of experience with technology projects including scope definition, design, development, schedule management, risk management, requirements gathering, and resource planning. Over his career, he has fulfilled a wide range of duties within engineering, product development, international operations, and business development. He is the founder of Northeast Biomedical, a medical device product development company that specializes in taking medical technologies from initial concept through production. Before founding Northeast Biomedical, Tim held several leadership roles at Creganna-Tactx Medical, CorNova, and Atrox Technologies as well as design engineering roles at companies such as Raytheon, Intelligent Automation, Brooks Automation, AEA Technologies, as well as several others. In addition to his industrial experience Mr. Looney has been a member of the senior adjunct faculty at the University of Massachusetts – Lowell since 1998 where he teaches courses in Computer Aided Design in the Mechanical Engineering Technology program, Medical Device Design I in the Biomedical Engineering program both part of the Francis College of Engineering. He also teaches a graduate level course in New Product Development in the Manning School of Business. Mr. Looney received his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Massachusetts – Lowell, his M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Northeastern University, and his M.B.A. from Suffolk University.

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