David first became aware of the devastating effects of diabetic foot ulcers while meeting with amputees in a prosthetics research laboratory. Soon after, he co-founded Podimetrics to prevent these debilitating wounds from occurring and eliminate diabetic amputations altogether. As CTO, David oversees all hardware product development and manufacturing at Podimetrics. David holds a Master’s in Mechanical Engineering from MIT and an MBA from MIT’s Sloan School of Management as part of the Leaders for Global Operations Program. He previously helped develop an implantable device for lung cancer radiation guidance at Calypso Medical (now owned by Varian Medical Systems) and co-founded and led technology development at LiteTouch, a sensor company for physical therapists.
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