David A. Krubsack, PhD
With over 25 years in the medical device field, David has had the opportunity to see first hand how to keep companies on track to receiving FDA approval. He’s had the opportunity to work in every capacity, from the very first engineer of a start-up to assisting legend Alfred E. Mann in the technology transfer after the sale. In addition to working for the Alfred E. Mann family of companies, he has worked for recognizable names in the industry including Advanced Bionics and St. Jude Medical.
Having earned his PhD at Marquette University in electrical engineering focusing on signal processing algorithm development, David’s career has involved ECGs, implanted devices for neuromodulation, implanted hearing aids, cochlear implants, and a virtual reality workstation for the International Space Station. David has also served on the Advisory Board for the Texas Biomedical Device Center at University of Texas at Dallas.
In his free time, David enjoys providing technical knowledge to two community-based websites in Los Angeles and Dallas areas, and spending time with family.
Debbie’s career has included managing the operations of a wide range of companies including community and property associations, local guides, and sales & marketing offices. In these roles she has established the structure of the organizations; revamped existing management structure; created marketing programs; collected delinquent accounts; as well as directed management, legal, accounting, vendors, and direct reports.
In her time off, Debbie most enjoys spending time with family and spoiling her nieces and nephews.