Danny Smith | Interviewing Engineers, Managing Engineering Budgets, & Technical Writing
Who is Danny Smith?
Danny Smith is an R&D Manager and Mechanical Engineer with 20 years of experience specializing in medical device product development, personnel supervision, as well as project management. Danny leads cross-functional project teams from initial concept to product launch. He has extensive experience designing and launching medical.
Danny holds both a bachelor’s and a master’s of science in mechanical engineering from Brigham Young University. At this time, he is serving as the Vice President of Research and Development at Fluidx Medical Technology.
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