Tim Moran: PediaWorks is managed by founder, Tim Moran. As a father of four, Tim is especially sensitive to the lack of pediatric devices, having watched two of his own children suffer as a result. Tim is also the founder and CEO of PediaVascular a social venture spun out of PediaWorks that develops catheters for pediatric use. Prior to PediaWorks he was the founder and president of CSF Therapeutics, a venture-backed developer of devices to treat neurodegenerative diseases. Tim also managed the formation and initial financing of Intelect Medical (acquired by Boston Scientific) while at Innovations, Cleveland Clinic’s corporate venturing arm. Prior to Innovations he founded an IT services firm in Latin America, and served as a strategy consultant for IBM Global Services (PriceWaterhouseCoopers) in the US and Europe. Tim began his career in sales and product development at 3M. He is a German Marshall Fellow, and an inventor or co-inventor on three patents. Tim received an MBA from Northwestern University (Kellogg), and a BS in finance from Miami University.
Bob Johnson: Bob is a leader of the medical devices team at BioEnterprise. He has an extensive background in the medical device industry across many functions including new ventures, marketing and business development. Johnson has commercialized devices, instrumentation, and diagnostic technologies for cardiology, radiology, obstetrics/gynecology, pulmonology and urology applications. In addition, he has completed numerous transactions including financings, acquisitions, licenses and strategic alliances in his work. Throughout his career, Mr. Johnson has worked in executive capacities for medical device companies including C.R. Bard, Respironics, and Mallinckrodt. Johnson has a B.S. in Business Administration from Loyola University in Baltimore, Maryland.
Fahd R. Khan, MD, MSE: Fahd is a neurosurgery fellow at Stanford University. An engineer and surgeon, Fahd strives to bridge the gap between cutting edge technology and the practice of medicine. In the operating room Fahd has witnessed first hand the lack of pediatric specific devices and the use of modified or altered adult devices used off-label in the pediatric population. Fahd completed an internship in surgery at CWRU, received a MD degree (Alpha Omega Alpha) from Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine, as well as a MSE from the University of Pennsylvania and a BS from Columbia University, both in Biomedical Engineering.