Reggie Stilwell has been actively working in the field of biomedical engineering for over two decades. Originally starting out as a bioanalytical chemist in the Johnson and Johnson family of companies, he moved into scientific project management and technology evaluation in various aspects of tissue engineering. He’s been working in biomaterials science and tissue engineering ever since.
Reggie is currently with AlloSource, a human cell and tissue transplant company in Centennial, Colorado. AlloSource is a nonprofit organization founded in 1994 to honor and respect the gift of human tissue donation by responsibly developing, processing and distributing life-saving and life-enhancing allografts for our communities. He is Manager of Research and Development and serves as the company’s “futurist”, keeping abreast of the latest technology trends in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine.
Heath J. Briggs is a chemical engineer, a registered patent attorney, and has more than 10 years of patent prosecution experience. Heath has significant patent prosecution experience in the chemical area, especially in the areas of material science (e.g., metallurgy) and organic chemistry, and Heath represents several Fortune 500 companies in this area, managing their worldwide patent portfolios.Heath also has significant experience in the software and internet fields. Heath has obtained dozens of U.S. patents for his clients, and has worked with foreign counsel in China, France, Germany, Japan, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Russia, and the United Kingdom, among others, to obtain foreign patents for his clients.
Since 2005, Heath has served as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Colorado at Boulder, where he teaches engineering students a self-designed course on intellectual property law.
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