I'm a medical device quality engineer, focused on delivering great products with high quality, patient safety, and that "wow this product is frickin' awesome!!!" feeling.
Status as of 12/6/14 - I am currently a Quality Engineer at myoscience, and freelance on the side as a patent illustrator. I used to use this site to host my research-related projects. Right now for my focus as a QE, there isn't additional value that isn't already on my resume. Feel free to browse around for projects and publications I've pushed out in the past.
Quality and Engineering skill set:
Here are my certificates for ASQ Certified Quality Engineer (CQE) and ASQ Six Sigma Green Belt Training. This is what I'm capable of, overlapping design control and process validation: BOK. I've completed Minitab's Quality Trainer course, and am looking to apply my statistical skill set. Additionally, I am knowledgeable in FDA/ISO regulations for medical devices. My engineering skills are largely in finite element analysis, computational fluid dynamics, CAD (CSWA - Certified SolidWorks Associate), and applied mathematics. Off the computer, I can design electrical, mechanical, biomedical, and chemical experiments.
For fun interest: this is how I work, and hack productivity. As of 11/20/14, it's outdated. But it was cool back then.
As a former research engineer: