Gary Brandenburger obtained his doctorate in electrical engineering from Washington University, St. Louis (WU) following research at the School of Medicine on quantitative imaging and tissue characterization with ultrasound. He held research positions at the WU Biomedical Computer Laboratory, NASA Langley Research Center, and ATL Ultrasound. He was a co-founder and senior VP of R&D for Osteo-Technology Inc. At Mallinckrodt, Inc., he created and directed a pioneering ultrasound R&D lab. Brandenburger founded Research & Development Management, an executive consulting practice in St. Louis. As the director of entrepreneurial programs for the WU School of Engineering, he helps create new interdisciplinary entrepreneurship education programs under the Kauffman Campuses Initiative, supported in part by a $3.7MM grant from the Kauffman Foundation. He directs the new dual degree MBA/MS-BME program for the Biomedical Engineering Department and Olin School of Business; and created “From Concept to Market: The Business of Biomedical Engineering,” a required BME course and recommended undergraduate business elective.

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