ABOUT DANA J LANDRY:
Dana J. Landry, Ph.D. completed a 37 year corporate career in medical device design and manufacturing covering a wide range of equipment technologies. He held positions in manufacturing, quality and for the last 20 years of in research and product development before retiring from the corporate world as head of innovation and advance technology for a large medical device firm. He holds a B.S., M.S., M.B.A., and PhD degrees obtained over decades of professional commitment to continuing personal education and development. He has held certification as a New Product Development Professional, Certified Quality Engineer and Certified Reliability Engineer and currently as a Certified Innovation Professional. Dr. Landry has served on the Advisory Board of La. Tech University Biomedical Engineering Department, served on the editorial review board for Quality Progress and IJIS and as Chairman of the IEEE Denver chapter of Engineers in Medicine and Biology. In 2013 he was elected Distinguished Alumni in Biomedical Engineering by La. Tech University. He is currently an Adjunct at NYU in the Tandon School of Engineering. Dr. Landry is a founding member of the International Association of Innovation Professionals (IAOIP), currently serving as Vice-President of Certification Programs, where he leads the effort to create professional certifications in the science of innovation.