Vice Dean of EnMed
Chief Operations Officer
Dr. John C. Criscione is a professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Texas A&M University. He is an active inventor and entrepreneur. As a founder of CorInnova, an early stage medical device company, he has firsthand knowledge of the medical device industry – experiences that he uses to guide his research and teaching in the research, development, design and regulation of medical technologies.
Instructional Assistant Professor
Dr. Nick Sears is a biomedical engineer and educator with expertise in 3D printing, device design, bioreactors and robotics. He has led research projects with a focus on tissue engineering, biomanufacturing, microfluidics and biodegradable polymers.
Research Assistant Professor
Dr. Andrew B. Robbins is deputy director of the Biomechanical Environments Laboratories. He pursues research in medical device design and innovation, orthopedic biomechanics, blast-induced traumatic brain injury, soft tissue mechanics, and mechano-bioreactor design for tissue engineering.