Matthew has the distinction of leading the team that pioneered the world’s first dual-chamber leadless pacemaker system.
He assumed he would become a doctor given his lifelong interest in medicine, however fate had other plans.
He has a passion for inventing, pushing boundaries, and refining possibilities. He has worked on leadless pacemakers since 2012, and he was part of the team that invented the implant-to-implant communication.
Matthew received his BSE in Biomedical Engineering and Computer Science from Duke University. He went on to earn his PhD in Biomedical Engineering from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, and an MBA from Cornell Johnson Graduate School of Management.
He lives in Sunnyvale, California.