Mark Wehde is Section Head of Technology Development within the Mayo Clinic Division of Engineering. His team develops medical and research devices and his responsibilities include strategic planning, process improvement, project evaluation, collaborations, intellectual property, and technology investigation. Mark is a member of the Medical Device Sterilization and Disinfection Committee, the Department of Facilities Diversity and Inclusion Executive Committee, the Network Management Oversight Group, the Research Information Security Advisory Group, and the Engineering Project Safety Committee. He has a faculty position in the Quality Academy, in the Office of Leadership and Organizational Development, and in the Mayo Biomedical Engineering and Physiology graduate program. Mark is a juror for the national Medical Design Excellence Awards, a technical committee member for the IEEE International Symposium on Medical Measurements and Applications, a co-chair of a technical activity committee as part of the IEEE Technology and Engineering Management Society, and a reviewer for the University of Minnesota Design of Medical Devices Conference. Mark is also an adjunct lecturer for the University of Wisconsin MBA Consortium program. Mark has an MBA, an MS in Biomedical Engineering, and a BS in Electrical Engineering.
- Section Head, Technology Development
- Company: Mayo Clinic
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