Bobby Dyer

Chief Device Architect

Bobby has been involved in medical device design and product development for the last 12 years. At the MIT BioInstrumentation Lab, he developed the laboratory's first needle free actuator using fast contracting alloy. Since then, he has been involved in the development of many medical devices with Cambridge Consultants, On Demand Therapeutics and the Harvard Wyss Institute. In particular, he has worked in the drug delivery space on autoinjectors, reconstitution devices, electro-mechanical aerosol delivery and implantable drug reservoirs at all stages of the medical device process, from concept to market. Bobby received his MS in Mechanical Engineering from MIT.