Robert E. Fischell received his BSME degree from Duke University and MS and ScD degrees from the University of Maryland. Dr. Fischell was employed at the Johns Hopkins University, Applied Physics Laboratory full-time for 25 years and part-time for an additional 13 years. At John’s Hopkins Dr. Fischell was the Chief Engineer of the Space Department where he worked on more than 50 spacecraft. His interests at Johns Hopkins then turned to the invention of new medical devices such as pacemakers and implantable heart defibrillators.
David R. Fischell Ph.D. Chief Executive Officer
David Fischell is a serial entrepreneur who has founded nine biomedical device companies in the last fifteen years, including Angel Medical Systems. He is also a Director of eight biomedical technology companies (including five of those he founded) and was the primary designer of the BX Velocity™ and Cypher™ coronary stents for Cordis, a Johnson & Johnson Company.
Andrew Taylor President and Chief Financial Officer
Andrew Taylor is an experienced executive with a proven record in entrepreneurial start-up, emerging growth, and Fortune 500 businesses both in the US and abroad. Mr. Taylor joined Angel Medical Systems in 2007 as its Chief Financial Officer, responsible for leading the company's accounting, finance and administration activities. In April 2013, Mr. Taylor was also appointed President of AngelMed.
Steve Johnson has over 30 years experience in designing and implementing solutions to real-world problems. As Vice President of Research and Development for Angel Medical Systems, Steve is responsible for the organizations that design, develop, and deliver AngelMed products as well as carry on research for future innovations.
Dave has over 30 years of world wide experience testing and supporting complex technical systems. As Vice President of Clinical & Regulatory Affairs for Angel Medical, Dave has responsibility for managing product testing, quality assurance, quality control, clinical and technical field engineering, regulatory affairs, and information systems.