Roy Miller has more than thirty years of experience in the development and commercialization of high technology systems and products. His career began at NASA working with rocket engines, and later he specialized in healthcare products. Most recently he has served as CEO of eRAD Inc., a medical diagnostic imaging system provider.
In recent years, Miller became interested in Project C.U.R.E., a 25 year old non profit agency that sends containers of medical supplies to developing countries. As a trained Project C.U.R.E. Needs Assessment Representative he has served in Niger, Ethiopia and Kenya.
Currently active as an entrepreneur, Miller works with new ventures mainly specializing in medical devices. His passion is for the commercialization of new technology. In 2012 he became certified under NSF’s iCORPS Innovation Corps Program and now serves as a reviewer of NSF Grants.
Miller is active in the Health Sciences Entrepreneurial Program at Northeastern University serving as mentor to start up companies in areas such as physical therapy, diagnostic testing, and brain activity measurement. As a member of the HSE Executive Board, he has also been instrumental is establishing processes and procedures for the HSE mentoring program.
Said Miller “I feel that I have trained my entire life to do this work”.