Nano Medical Systems
Randy Goodall received his BS and PhD in Physics from Caltech and the University of Oregon, respectively. Randy joined ADE in Boston, Massachusetts in 1987 developing next generation micro- and nano-scale measurement, computational, and system technologies. In early 1994, Randy joined SEMATECH as a Senior Member of Technical Staff, where he directed factory productivity technology programs. On special assignment to the CEO, Randy was the first SEMATECH Director of External Programs, developing several hundred million dollars in leveraged R&D funding. In late 2007, Dr. Goodall left SEMATECH to co-found and lead NanoMedical Systems, a Texas startup company commercializing a revolutionary nanotechnology-based drug delivery system licensed from UT. The company has raised $10+ million, and is presently engaged in product development with a pharmaceutical partner. Dr. Goodall has published dozens of papers on nanotechnology in medicine, silicon wafer technology, R&D collaboration and consortia, industry technology transitions and convergence, and productivity modeling.