Alexandre I. Romoscanu
Alexandre created Incite Medical in 2017, building on his expertise and acute interest in medical device development. Alexandre brings to Incite Medical significant engineering and management experience in the electrophysiology and vascular percutaneous devices fields, which he acquired working for Endosense (2008-2013) as catheter development manager for the TactiCath force sensing RF ablation catheter, followed by assignments with St Jude Medical and Abbott (2013-2017). Prior to Endosense, Alexandre worked on several development and industrialization projects in the percutaneous angioplasty area (Biosensors Biomatrix drug-eluting stent line, 2006-2007).
Alexandre authored several patents (US20110251519, US20140324015, US20110251554, US20140330251, US8147896) and provisional applications in catheter technology, sensing technology and materials science, as well as peer reviewed papers in sensor design, microfludics, interface science and multiphase materials.
Alexandre earned a M.Sc. degree in Materials Science (ETH Zurich), a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering (high frequency sensor design and multiphase fluid modeling, ETH Zurich) and more recently an Executive MBA in Project Management from the University of Geneva. He is fluent in 5 languages.
Ryan V. Tien Sing Young
An engineer with a background in mechanical and biomedical engineering, Ryan’s experience revolves upon designing and engineering complex devices and their associated manufacturing processe.
Ryan has worked on a range of minimally invasive cardiovascular devices, ranging from a novel electrophysiology catheter to the design and prototyping of transfemoral delivery systems. Ryan also has extensive experience with the technical aspects (technical specifications, dFMEA/pFMEA) of device validation in regulated environments.
His hands-on experience is particularly of value during the early design and process development phases. Additionally, his familiarity with CAD and 3D printing enables quick and rapid turnaround times for accelerated proof of concept development.
Ryan graduated from McGill University (Montreal, Canada) with an M.Eng in Biomedical Engineering and is fluent in English, French and conversational German.