Mike Fisher has 20 years of experience developing and commercializing medical products, managing sustaining engineering efforts, performing International manufacturing scale-up, achieving regulatory concurrence, navigating patent landscapes, and executing development plans. He is a named inventor on over 20 issued US patents with almost twice as many applications in prosecution. In 2015, Mike joined GCMI, a not-for-profit medical device development company that is affiliated with Georgia Tech. Here, he gets to develop disruptive medical technologies and mentor med tech entrepreneurs. Prior to GCMI, Mike spent 17 years working for CR Bard, Johnson & Johnson’s DePuy Franchise, the Orthopaedic Research Lab at the University of Virginia, and several start-up companies in the tissue engineering industry. He earned BS and MS degrees in engineering mechanics from Virginia Tech where he met his wife. When Mike is not working on medical products, he enjoys spending time with his wife, children, and Boy/Cub Scouts across Northwestern Georgia.