In her role as Project Manager at Greatbatch Medical’s Orvin facility, Sveva manages the development of new orthopaedic instruments, from initial design to the product’s validation and ultimate delivery to the customer. By keeping her knowledge of instrument technology current and always having an eye on the latest medical research, she proudly contributes to the company’s culture of innovation.
Jonathan is a Design Engineer for Greatbatch Medical and takes pride in adding value for his customers. Through creating close partnerships he develops new finishes and new features for cases and trays that enhance product lines. He is also continuously exploring cost-effective designs for internal and customer products.
As Senior Manager in Research and Development Engineering, Warren drives the MRI-Compatible Technology Initiative, supporting the goals of our medical device customers. Through cross-functional efforts across several divisions of Greatbatch, he helps drive the development of novel technologies and products ranging from discrete component solutions to complete system and device-level solutions.
Working on future technological innovation, Haytham is a senior manager developing advanced filtered feedthroughs. Everyday his focus is helping his customers be the most competitive in their markets by reducing the size of new technologies. His knowledge of feedthroughs and EMI filtering, along with his unique and creative approach has earned him several patents.
As a Research and Development Scientist in cardiac and neurology, Holly is proud to work on a small part of a larger innovative initiative. Her passion for helping her clients improve patients’ lives has driven her to establish new technologies. Her current work includes reducing the size of the eM-able filter, to support MRI compatibility solutions to support customer goals.
As a Cardiac and Neurology Engineer, Aaron develops technologies that has made Greatbatch Medical a market leader in gaining access to the human vasculature. As customers develop smaller and more delicate products, Aaron’s charge is to develop valve technology that allows their product to pass through without damage while minimizing the exchange of air and blood between the patient and the surgical environment. His team’s delivery sheath technology minimizes the invasiveness of surgical procedures allowing for quicker recover times for patients.
Cory, a Manufacturing Engineer for Greatbatch Medical, develops engineering solutions for titanium implantable pulse generator enclosures. In today’s competitive market, customers are looking to develop smaller, thinner devices, which require novel enclosure and case designs. As a customer liaison, Cory is hands on to ensure customer needs are met, from measurement correlation to quality and process improvements.
Working on molded products at the Clarence, NY manufacturing facility, Siddharth spends much of his time focusing on quality, process improvement and productivity. His drive for helping customers achieve their goal of improving patient outcomes has enabled him to lead his group to achieve a major milestone: 5-years of on-time delivery on one and a half million pacemaker and ICD IS-1 connector assemblies.
As a Design Engineer, Adam oversees newly designed product lines from beginning to end, achieving accelerated turnarounds with ultimate reliability. Working closely with his customers, he led a team in a project to convert cases and trays from aluminum to stainless steel. In doing so, Adam and his team had to overcome multiple weight, size and silkscreen obstacles.
As a critical part of the design process for components and subassemblies, Tina defines design verification and equipment, as well as process validation testing in an effort to provide an independent evaluation of the results. She also implements manufacturing controls to ensure safety prior to full-scale production and market release.