Chief Technology Officer, Gyroscope Therapeutics
Mike currently leads the device team in Gyroscope’s Technical Operations group. Mike brings over twenty years of experience in leadership and medical device research and development. He has expertise in the innovation, design, and commercialization of surgical products across multiple markets including ophthalmology, spine, and sports medicine. Recently, Mike was the Director of Cell Based Product Delivery in Janssen R&D, where he led the development of the surgical instrumentation and procedure for the delivery of a cell product to the subretinal space. He transitioned this technology out of Johnson and Johnson as one of the founders of Orbit Biomedical which merged with Gyroscope in 2019. Prior to Janssen, Mike worked in various roles of increasing responsibility in R&D at Depuy Synthes Spine and played a key role at an early stage Spine startup in the Philadelphia area, transitioning technology out of Drexel University.
Mike holds a MEng in Bioengineering from University California San Diego and a B.S. in Engineering Science and Mechanics from Pennsylvania State University. He is an author of multiple manuscripts in the field of biomedical engineering and an inventor on 12 issued patents.