Nick Drury

UR BME BS 2006

University of Pittsburgh Bioengineering MS 2008

Warsaw, IN

 

Concurrent with MS:

Graduate Research Assistant @ U Pitt Musculoskeletal Research Center

3 peer-reviewed publications including two first-author publications

 

Employer:  Zimmer (5 years)

Project Leader for New Products Knee Arthroplasty Medical Devices

Senior II Development Engineer, Knee Development

Current: Project Manager

Executive Certificate in the Business Life Sciences, Business from Indiana University, Bloomington

“Regardless of whether going to graduate school or into the workforce, first identify your interests and then aggressively pursue your options!  The jobs will not come to you, but rather use all available resources, most importantly networking, to get your foot in the door.  Once there, be confident in yourself and know that you’re well-trained to be successful.” 

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