After his second series of medical school rejections, biomedical engineer David Goodman found his way to a nascent medical device company seeking to develop an easy way to measure oxygen levels in the blood. The result – the Nellcor pulse oximeter – transformed medical care. It also earned David a coveted spot in the Health Science Technology (HST) program at Harvard Medical School, and launched him on a storied career of healthcare entrepreneurship. And motorcycle ridership.
Join David Shaywitz and I as we talk with the other David about his journey, his influences, his companies, including his newest venture, Feet First, and hear how the son of a Westchester dentist – this one not named Zuckerberg – made a name for himself in Silicon Valley.
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