Brad graduated with his master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Massachusetts Lowell, where he specialized in microfluidics and smart composite materials. In 2019 he started at Chromatan designing microfluidic devices. Chromatan is a startup company developing new technologies to improve biomanufacturing. At Chromatan, Brad utilizes DLP, SLA and MSLA printers to manufacturing microfluidic devices.
Senior Mechanical Engineer