Corey Wilson-Wirth has over 18 years of experience in the medical device industry, including a wide variety of experience in various functional roles. Most recently, Corey is working with Alvio, an emerging connected device start-up, helping 50 million Americans with breathing challenges take back control of their condition through engaging mobile games played via wireless game controller. Prior to that, Corey was Director of Advanced Technology for Tornier, running their global portfolio management process, ensuring projects were progressing to schedule and budget.
From 2007 to 2010, he was Director of the Distal Extremities R&D. Prior to joining Tornier, Corey was Operations Manager for Nexa Orthopedics, managing all warehouse operations, supply chain personnel, and quality functions for the organization. Earlier in his career, Corey held various project leadership and product engineering roles for Kinetikos Medical Inc. (KMI), HydroCision and Johnson & Johnson Orthopedics. He received his Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering from Georgia Tech and a Masters in Mechanical Engineering from Purdue.