Lunch with Leaders: Dr. Muaz Rushdi
Muaz Rushdi, Ph.D. leads teams across Medtronic facilities including in Asia and Europe to ensure Quality excellence in the innovation, development, and manufacturing of medical devices. Muaz combines the pioneering production of devices by Medtronic with his academic experience identifying opportunities for therapies. Previously, Muaz conducted hematology and immunology research as a postdoctoral fellow in the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering of the Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University, where he received his Ph.D. As part of a joint program and after conducting research in Beijing for one year, Muaz also holds a Ph.D. from Peking University. Equipped with backgrounds in safety, regulatory agencies across geographies, and immunology, Muaz has appeared on international news networks France24 and Astro Awani to provide expert recommendations for the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Muaz received a B.BmE from the College of Science and Engineering at the University of Minnesota, and is an alumnus of the Tom Burnett Advanced Leadership Program.
Grab your lunch, login, and chat about leadership! Hear about the journey of Dr. Muaz Rushdi, featuring a Q & A to answer your questions and create a deeper conversation about leadership.
Join the Zoom meeting here on Friday, October 22nd at Noon.
More information about the event and Dr. Muaz Rushdi can also be found at: https://lead.umn.edu/events/lunch-leaders
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