Lynn is the Co-Founder of ShiraTronics and brings three decades of active implantable device experience in medical device innovation, R&D, manufacturing, clinical trials, and regulatory approvals to healthcare challenges. Lynn has a unique blend of experience in large medical device companies such as Guidant and Boston Scientific and small venture capital funded startups like Spinal Modulation, SacraMed, and ShiraTronics.
At Guidant, Lynn held leadership positions in Product Development and Research & Advanced Technologies and was a key driver of delivering pacemakers, implantable defibrillators, and cardiac resynchronization device to the global market with revenues in excess of $1B.
At Spinal Modulation, Lynn held the position of Chief Technology Officer and was a key driver of defining and delivering an innovative neurostimulation device for the management of chronic pain. Spinal Modulation was acquired by St Jude (Abbott) in a deal valued in excess of $500M.
Lynn holds over 20 US patents and has published numerous articles in peer reviewed publications. Lynn graduated with a BS in Electrical Engineering from South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, an MS in Software Engineering from St Thomas University, and advanced studies in Software Engineering at the University of Minnesota.