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Wirelessly Monitoring the GI Tract at G-Tech Medical

With Steve Axelrod, PhD, President & CEO of G-Tech Medical

Steve received his Ph.D. from Yale in Elementary Particle Physics and did his post-doc in the same field at Stanford. He worked at Measurex-Honeywell for 15 years where he was Director of Measurement System and Hardware Engineering. In 2003 he entered the medical device field, and helped develop and commercialize the Xoft Axxent microTube and radiation therapy delivery system. Steve has led teams delivering numerous best in class systems and devices in both medical devices and industrial automation. Some examples are nuclear basis weight, X-ray and infrared absorption sensors, Large scanning frames, fast high channel count data acquisition systems, skin and vaginal applicators for radiation therapy, high precision measurement systems for characterizing and testing system and device performance. Steve has been CEO of G-Tech since November 2011. This project combines his experience leading high performance R&D teams, his passion for medical devices and his expertise in creating sophisticated measurement systems.

Wirelessly Monitoring the GI Tract at G-Tech Medical

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Steve Axelrod, PhD, President & CEO, G-Tech Medical

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Steve received his Ph.D. from Yale in Elementary Particle Physics and did his post-doc in the same field at Stanford. He worked at Measurex-Honeywell for 15 years where he was Director of Measurement System and Hardware Engineering. In 2003 he entered the medical device field, and helped develop and commercialize the Xoft Axxent microTube and radiation therapy delivery system. Steve has led teams delivering numerous best in class systems and devices in both medical devices and industrial automation. Some examples are nuclear basis weight, X-ray and infrared absorption sensors, Large scanning frames, fast high channel count data acquisition systems, skin and vaginal applicators for radiation therapy, high precision measurement systems for characterizing and testing system and device performance. Steve has been CEO of G-Tech since November 2011. This project combines his experience leading high performance R&D teams, his passion for medical devices and his expertise in creating sophisticated measurement systems.