Bruce Carvalho, Ph.D. - Principal
Dr. Carvalho has over 15 years experience in the areas of fluidic device development and materials engineering. Bruce has held technical management positions at DxTech, Living Microsystems (now Verinata), Tecan and Gamera Bioscience, where he led groups in the design, fabrication and testing of blood-based microfluidic devices and instruments. Bruce graduated from Haverford College and earned a Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Maury Cosman, Ph.D. - Principal
Dr. Cosman has over 25 years experience developing new technologies, processes and products in the areas of biotechnology and electro-mechanical systems. Over the last 10 years, Maury has been a key contributor to the development of numerous fluidic systems. He designed and built many of the fluid handling instruments and chip interface manifolds used by Living Microsystems (now Verinata), CellPoint Diagnostics (now On-Q-ity) and the Harvard-MGH BioMEMS Laboratory. Prior to that, Maury held a senior management role at Organogenesis and led a group of engineers and scientists developing cell-based medical devices. Maury graduated from Cornell University and earned a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.