Matt Crilley (2014 Alumnus)

“The CMTI makes transitioning into industry easier because you’ve already learned the basics and only have to adjust to the specific details of your company’s procedures and product line once you are hired.  The clinical exposure provides an opportunity to better understand what physicians look for in a medical device and how to communicate design concepts to health care professionals.”

Crilley_HS“The program did a great job of familiarizing students with the entire scope of medical device development from the idea and concept stage through prototype development.  The clinical exposure during the summer provides an opportunity to better understand what physicians look for in a medical device and how to communicate design concepts to health care professionals. The design aspect of the program introduces students to the terminology and design processes used in the industry, which makes transitioning into industry easier because you’ve already learned the basics and only have to adjust to the specific details of your company’s procedures and product line once you are hired.”    Matt Crilley, M.S.  (2014 Alumnus) is currently employed at Martech Medical Products as a Quality Engineer.

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