Kimberly Subrahmanyn began her career as a systems engineer designing semiconductor equipment. Her passion for medicine lead her to get involved in the development of medical and pharmaceutical devices. Her career focused on robotics and instrumentation including designing a benchtop scara robot for pharmaceutical research that is still an industry standard.
Before coming to Gener8, Kimberly held management roles at ESI, Agilent, Abbott, and Paramit. She held technical project management positions for a large part of her career and developed a deep understanding of the FDA for the medical products that she supported. At Gener8 for the past 4 years, she has been both a technical project manager, as well as, she has run the NPI group.
Kimberly earned her M.S. in mechanical engineering from MIT, and has a B.S. in mechanical engineering and a B.S. in Occupational Therapy. She has two daughters and enjoys getting to see them when they aren’t busy. Kimberly likes remodeling homes and currently is building a house on a small hobby farm.
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