Radio-guided Surgery Project Manager
Since February 2016
I'm currently leading the radioguided surgery product line, identifying customer needs and business oportunities, coordinating product development and regulatory issues, as well as monitoring product manufacturing. Products in Oncovision surgical line are Sentinella (intraoperative minigammacamera) and WProbe (Wireless gamma probe).
Software project manager and IT Manager
June 2005 --- January 2016
I entered Oncovision as a part-time developer when there were less than 10 employees. I became the software manager and built a team of highly skilled software developers, as well as test and SQA engineers. I designed and defined the software development procedures, adopting software engineering and SQA best practices to acomplish regulatory requirements for software for medical devices. I defined the software configuration management plans and deployed continuous integration and other software engineering tools (issue management, version control system, requirements management, ...). As a software engineer I have designed the architecture, interface and some of the algorithms used in the different product lines at Oncovision, including radioguided surgery (portable gammacamera, wireless probe) preclinical imaging (PET/SPECT/CT) and dedicated breast PET.
Freelance Software consultant
July 2004 --- October 2005
During almost a year and a half, I worked as a software consultant. I designed software products on demand and started to work in the biomedical industry. I also gave some courses. - Customer: Hospital La Fe, Servicio de Otorrinolaringología – Valencia: Help in cochlear implant programming for complex cases, support for ongoing clinical studies. - Customer: Trymedia Systems Inc – San Francisco, USA: Develop an online store using Nickelodeon´s prepaid gift cards, integrate store with Trymedia’s standard credit-card base store. - Customer: Trymedia Systems, for Electronic Arts France – Lyon, France: one-week course teaching advanced game analysis and protection techniques for ActiveMARK packaging. - Customer: Trymedia Systems SL – Alicante, Spain: Give an intensive course (45 hours), teaching advanced game analysis and protection techniques for ActiveMARK packaging. - Customer: Trymedia Systems SL – Alicante, Spain: Develop a web-based tool for atomated ActiveMARK packaging and multi-platform testing (W98, WMe, 2000, XP)
January 2002 --- July 2004
When Trymedia's ActiveMARK technology was launched, I became the team leader of the enablement department, in charge of applying the ActiveMARK's DRM protection to the selected software, and upload them to the distribution platform. As the enablement team leader, I was also the major technical contact for big accounts, and part of the technical board of the company.
IT, CM & Release Manager
August 2000 --- January 2002
After a year I got promoted and started to get more and more responsibilities, being a key person in setting up the development environment. As a CM and Release manager, I was in charge of designing, developing and deploying a multi-platform continuos integration solution (when no commercial tools were available). I also maintaned the code repository, approving and integrating code changes between the different branches. And I defined and supervised internal coding standards and procedures. As the IT Manager, I had some other responsibilities: - Configuration, monitoring and administration of servers and services (FTP, mail, ssh, web, VCS…) - Design, develop and supervise an integral data protection and recovery plan.
July 1999 --- August 2000
I landed on trymedia a few weeks after it was founded. In my first year I developed all kinds of tools for different systems and technologies (ActiveX over ATL, low-level ANSI C development for windows and linux-based systems, high-level Borland C++ development, ...) I used different programming languages and software platforms, which gave me high flexibility and fast learning curve for adapting to new technologies.
Internship (Leonardo Da Vinci program)
September 1998 --- May 1999
During my intership I was responsible for developing a two-axis computer-controlled micropositioner for measuring the mechanical properties of a Cochlear Implant’s electrode. This was my first job and covered electronics design, software programming, firmware programming and mechanical systems management.
AdaptabilityAnalytical thinkingAttention to detailCollaborationCreative thinkingIndependenceKindnessOptimismProblem solvingSelf-disciplineWillingness to compromise
Master of Science (MS) in Telecommunications Engineering from Universidad Politécnica de Valencia in 1999
Training and Certification
Foundation Certificate in Information Security based on ISO/IEC 27002 Certification
PRINCE2 Registered Practitioner Certification