Lloyd Marks, MD, MBA, FACC


I have a degree in electrical engineering from M.I.T. I went to medical school at the University of Michigan. After internship at  UC San Diego and residency at Children's Hospital National Medical Center, I trained as a pediatric cardiologist at Johns Hopkins. I was in academic medicine for 15 years as the Catheterization Laboratory director at St. Christopher's Hospital for Children and Division Chief of Pediatric Cardiology at the Children's Hospital of NJ. I was then in private practice for 18 years. Throughout my career I have always been active in both medicine and medical engineering. I have 22 medical device patents. After closing my clinical practice, I  received my MBA from the Haslam School of Business, University of Tennessee. I have a startup company,  MGI Medical, LLC,  that is commercializing one of my inventions. I am currently a consultant to medical inventors and investors in medical technology. My company is Medical Invention Consulting, LLC. You can see my full CV here. My linked in profile is here.