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Edward A. J.


Denver, CO
Hometown: Denver

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July 16, 2013

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My career has been spent bringing to life the idea of an optical biopsy needle for targeted biopsy of the prostate. Beginning as a student project at CU Boulder in 2006, as research intern from[masked], full-time research assistant from[masked] following founding of Precision Biopsy, LLC in 2008, full-time project management consultant[masked], and now full-time employee of Precision Biopsy, LLC following successful execution of First-in-Man study conducted during Q3-Q4 of 2012.

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R&D - Engineering, Project Management


Mechanical Engineer and Project Manager working for a medical device start-up spun out of the University of Colorado Medical Campus.

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