Vice-president, R&D Global Technology & Services
3D Printing The Next Cardiovascular Device
Randall L. Schiestl, PMP, is Vice President, R&D, Global Technology & Services at Boston Scientific Corporation where he leads a team driving the development and sustainment of minimally invasive medical devices. He has global responsibility for building technical community, enabling technology partnerships, driving R&D globalization, leading product security and implementing global R&D systems. Engineering teams that he directs are located across multiple facilities both US and OUS and he chairs the cross-divisional Technical Executive Committee within Boston Scientific.
Mr. Schiestl (Randy) has a BSME degree from the University of Minnesota (UMN), College of Science & Engineering, high distinction. He also holds MBA and Executive MBA degrees from the University of Minnesota, Carlson School of Management. Work history includes Honeywell, Alliant Techsystems, and Boston Scientific. Randy is a certified Project Management Professional.