Andrew Marshall

Dr. Marshall was named one of 40 Under 40 influential leaders and innovators shaping the MedTech industry by MD+DI magazine in 2012. As the co-inventor of Healionics’ STAR biomaterial, he has over 12 years of experience working directly with this technology for improving biointegration of implantable medical devices, and he has been involved in test implant and device design for nearly 50 animal studies on STAR biomaterials. At the 3rd TERMIS World Congress 2012 in Vienna, Dr. Marshall was awarded the Innovation/Commercialization Award” for the application of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine in the production of a product or technology that will ultimately benefit patients.” He serves on Healionics’ Board of Directors and on the Scientific Advisory Board for Healionics’ Belgium-based ophthalmic device focused subsidiary, iSTAR Medical.  He has held past positions as a medical device validation engineer for Kemper-Masterson, Inc. and as a design engineer for Boeing Defense and Space Group. He earned a PhD in Chemical Engineering from the University of Washington and a BSE in Biomechanical Engineering from Stanford University.