Alumni Innovation Fellow
ADAM CHOE, MS (2016-2018)
Adam received his double major in biology and biological conservation from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He went on to work for Nestlé in their Healthcare Nutrition business unit and supported manufacturing as a Quality Assurance Analyst. From Nesté, he went on to work for WuXi AppTec and supported preclinical GLP studies as a Quality Assurance Specialist and Auditor. He then joined St. Jude Medical in their Cardiovascular and Ablation Technologies division as a Postmarket Surveillance Analyst. Adam transitioned over to Regulatory Affairs within St. Jude Medical in the Cardiac Rhythm Management division and supported multiple business units with a primary focus on Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa. Adam also went on to receive his Masters in Medical Device Innovation from the University of Minnesota.
Adam believes that understanding how different jobs and responsibilities work together is vital to successfully navigating the medical device industry and strategically pursued professional experiences within varying roles. With his wide experience in downstream operations he will bring a unique viewpoint to the Innovation Fellowship.
Adam's primary passion is helping pediatric patients and unmet needs within that population of individuals. He is currently volunteering his time with two smaller pediatric companies in the Twin Cities area.
(Last Updated Jan. 2018)