My name is Julian Hart, and I am pursuing a career in medical device design with a focus on high volume applications and cost reduction strategies. My educational background is in Bio-medical Engineering (BU) and Plastics Engineering (Masters in Progress at U-Mass Lowell). I find fulfillment in working efficiently,making an impact, and generating product development solutions that
My name is Julian Hart, and I am pursuing a career in medical device design with a focus on high volume applications and cost reduction strategies. My educational background is in Bio-medical Engineering (BU) and Plastics Engineering (Masters in Progress at U-Mass Lowell). I find fulfillment in working efficiently,making an impact, and generating product development solutions that others can benefit from.
Mechanical Engineer II @ My primary goals will be to help develop new and improved components of home use dialysis machines. My focus primary focus will be in consumables and disposables. Part design, processing, cost, and risk mitigation will be exercised in this role. From October 2015 to Present (3 months) Mechanical Design Engineer @ My responsibilities include designing and assisting the development of new appliances. From May 2014 to October 2015 (1 year 6 months) Mechanical Engineer @ Designed methods of a CGM introducer, needle geometry, and needle manufacturing technique.
Using programmed force testing equipment I assessed tissue insertion forces for varying sharp geometries
and insertion technique.
Modeled Thin Film Substrate for MEMS application. Proficient understanding of photolithography and substrate manufacturing processes.
Developed insertion methods, failure modes, and mitigation strategies.
Design test fixtures for transmitting and receiving RT signal from sensing units
Developed Excel Macros to compute Mean Average Range Calculation dynamically for large RT glucose
Designed and Fabricated plating bath tanks for Ag plating on micro-electrodes.
Improved inspection methods and process refinements of incoming substrates for CGM sensors.
Developed testing protocols to assess sensor functional ability. Worked to resolve issues by assessing process development procedures.
Investigated Needle and Catheter geometries relationship with insertion and drag forces using
advanced force testing equipment. From March 2012 to May 2014 (2 years 3 months) Research Assistant @ Received training through the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee at Boston University
Completed Bio-Safety levels 1 & 2, aseptic training, and pig handling training; taught by Laboratory Animal Science Center
Assisted testing the accuracy of continuous glucose monitoring systems by monitoring and installing external sensors and transmitters on induced diabetic swine.
Assisted surgery installing central catheter in normal swine by managing aseptic techniques.
Performed maintenance and troubleshooting procedures on Gluco-Scout equipment; switching out sensors, clearing occluded lines, and calibrating the sensors.
Implemented a variety of diabetic insulin infusion pumps on induced diabetic swine; OmniPod, MiniMed, and Cozmo Pumps. From October 2011 to May 2012 (8 months)
Master's degree, Polymer/Plastics Engineering @ University of Massachusetts Lowell From 2015 to 2017 Bachelor of Science, Biomedical Engineering @ Boston University From 2008 to 2012 Julian Hart is skilled in: Solidworks, Testing, Laboratory, Matlab, Research, Medical Devices, Microsoft Office, PowerPoint, Biomedical Engineering, Microsoft Excel, Data Analysis, Labview, Engineering, Troubleshooting, Statistics
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