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 academic institutions, medical inventors and investors in medical technology. My consulting company is Medical Invention Consulting, LLC. You can see my full CV here.My linked in profile is here.

Lloyd Marks, MD, MBA, FACC