Jessica Claire
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor (555) 432-1000,
Professional Summary

Experienced medical device engineer in new product development with a passion for innovation to help patient's lives. Strong knowledge of fundamental engineering disciplines, statistical techniques to solve problems, and prototyping skills. Seeking out opportunities to lead and manage a team of engineers to tackle the next frontier in medical devices.

  • CSS R&D Significant Contributions in Innovation Award 2018
  • Lead Author of Poster at Johnson and Johnson Excellence in Science Symposium, 2019
  • Johnson and Johnson Engineering Showcase Team Poster 2nd Place, 2020
  • Solidworks (3D modeling and drawings)
  • Minitab
  • Matlab (Imaging and data acquisition)
  • MS Project
  • Requirements Traceability Matrix
  • Techinical documentation
  • Prototyping skills: Nitinol heat set shaping, laser welding, wire forming, heat shrink, 3D printing, use of mini lathe and endmill
Work History
08/2018 to Current Staff Research and Development Engineer Cerenovus, A Johnson And Johnson Company | City, STATE,
  • Technical Lead for brain aneurysm occlusive device
  • Lead implant design from concept generation to in house prototyping to in-vitro and in-vivo studies with physicians
  • Collaborate closely with supplier to improve upon hand made prototypes
  • Lead effort for cross functional alignment from marketing, regulatory, quality and safety to charter project
  • Supervisor to contract engineer
  • Brought onto separate struggling project to fix a major technical issue
  • Collaborated closely with engineers on project to understand issue to come up with several different potential solutions
  • Designed several experiments including DOE, AVONA, t-test, regression model to narrow down solution feature and to specify key design inputs and outputs to solve problem
  • Created design verification plan originally proposed of 3,000 test units down to 500.
04/2016 to 08/2018 Senior Research and Development Engineer Cerenovus, A Johnson And Johnson Company | City, STATE,
  • Engineer on Bravo Flow Diverter project
  • Trained and educated multiple physicians in surgical techniques of how to use the Bravo device
  • Supported multiple patient cases of first use of device for physicians to help in device size selection, microcatheter selection and positioning device in artery.
  • Supported regulatory submission through design verification and validation report generation to obtain CE mark
  • Generated multiple test methods with test method validations
  • Worked closely with supplier to transfer test method to supplier's manufacturing site
  • Developed design specifications for implant and delivery system
  • Participated in several DFMEA discussions to pinpoint the highest risk items and how to mitigate
08/2012 to 04/2016 Research and Development Engineer II Codman Neurovascular, A Johnson And Johnson Compan | City, STATE,
  • Engineer on Bravo Flow Diverter device
  • Developed manufacturing process for loading implant onto delivery system
  • Designed and developed specifications for introducer sheath to aid in physician transfer of device from package into microcatheter
  • Collaborated with supplier to agree on dimensional, material, and mechanical properties specifications
  • Conducted characterization activities to ensure design verification ready
  • Conducted design verification and process verification testing
  • Supported design validation by writing protocol, aiding physician in use of device and how to score device's performance, and writing report.
  • Developed test method to quickly assess corrosion response of laser cut Nitinol component
08/2011 to 08/2012 Research and Development Engineer I Codman Neurovascular, A Johnson And Johnson Compan | City, STATE,
  • Engineer on Enterprise 2 Stent Device
  • Developed manufacturing tooling and process to load implant onto delivery system through working closely with Principal Technician and local machine shop
  • Created Matlab GUI to assess device apposition to vessel wall and calculate volume of vessel device would not appose
  • Created multiple Matlab scripts to readily analyze data from output of test equipment.
Expected in 05/2011 Bachelor's of Engineering | Biomedical Engineering Vanderbilt University , Nashville, TN, GPA:
  • Six Sigma Black Belt Certification (Six Sigma Solutions) , Dec 2018
  • Green Belt Certification (Six Sigma Solutions), Oct 2014
  • Course in CSS Biodesing Program by Stanford Byers Center for Biodesign, Feb 2020

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