Nikola Kojic, MD, PhD

VP of Clinical Development

Nik has significant expertise in the fields of medicine, biomedical engineering, mechanical engineering, microfluidics, and their application to clinical medicine. He has designed and performed research at the interface of medicine and engineering, both in fundamental science (his PhD work in the Asthma Mechanobiology Lab at Harvard University) as well as biomedical devices - his Postdoctoral work on microfluidic devices for detection of blood-borne cancer cells at the Massachusetts General Hospital Center for Engineering and Medicine. He is the author of 2 textbooks and over 20 peer-reviewed journal papers. Nik received his PhD in Bioengineering from MIT, and MD from Harvard University.