Senior Technology Advisor
Mr. Shulze is an independent consultant to the Medical Device Industry and a co-founder of Biosensors International Group, a Singapore-based medical device conglomerate. Mr. Shulze has more than 30 years of experience in the medical device industry and has founded three medical companies. He has invented and patented commercially successful devices for cardiac surgery, critical care, and percutaneous vascular interventions (ie drug-eluting stents).
Mr. Shulze is respected in the industry for his business and R&D leadership and achievements and for his in-depth technical and marketing experience in the
fields of vascular interventional and surgical/critical care technologies. He is often invited to speak to physicians about medical device technology trends at major medical congresses worldwide. Prior to founding Biosensors International, Mr. Shulze has held numerous managerial positions in medical device companies, including Spectratec Inc., a producer of blood-gas sensors; Bird Products Corporation, a producer of critical care ventilators; Albion Instruments, a producer of laser-based anaesthesia respiratory gas monitoring systems; Spacelabs, a surgery and critical care monitoring system company; Gould Medical, Inc., a surgery and critical care catheters and instrumentation company; and GE Medical Systems.
Mr. Shulze received his Bachelor of Science degree with honors from the Milwaukee School of Engineering, and a Masters of Business Administration degree from the University of Wisconsin. He is also a graduate of General Electric’s Manufacturing Management and Physiology and Bioengineering Courses. Mr. Shulze is a resident of Singapore.