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Clinical Trials Breakfast Lecture: Under the New Regulatory Climate, May 10 - Seattle (pdf 155 kb)
CEO Reading List
|Richard O. Martin,
Medtronic Physio-Control Corporation
Dick Martin became president of Physio-Control Corporation in 1991 when the company was part of Eli Lilly and Company's Medical Devices and Diagnostics Division. He has successfully instituted company-wide quality improvement programs, rebuilt the management team and taken the company public.
Previously, Martin was the vice president for cardiovascular business development at Sulzermedica, Inc. Also, he has held several senior positions in engineering, marketing and sales with Intermedics, Inc. and was named president and COO of that company in 1985.
Martin has a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Duke University and
taught at Christian Brothers College and the University of Tennessee before joining the
corporate world. Currently, he is chairman of the board of the American Heart Association,
Northwest Affiliate and chair of the Washington State Council of the American Electronics
Association, where he serves on the organization's national board. Martin is on the
boards of MAXXIM Medical in Clearwater, FL; and Encore
Orthopedics in Austin, TX.
Medtronic Physio-Control Corporation pioneered portable external defibrillation technology 30 years ago. Today the company's LIFEPAK monitor/defibrillators are used by field emergency medical personnel and staff at eight out of 10 US hospitals, and its new, very simple automated external defibrillators (AEDs) are used by first responders such as police and security officers.
Dick Martin's Suggested Reading List
Welch Speaks: Wisdom from the World's Greatest Business Leader
by Jack Welch,
Published by John Wiley & Sons, 1998.
|Cabela's Marine Catalog
The World's Foremost Outfitter of fishing, hunting and outdoor gear.
Sweat the Small Stuff... and It's All Small Stuff : Simple Ways to Keep the Little Things
from Taking over Your Life
by Richard Carlson, Ph.D.,
Published by Hyperion, 1997.
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