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He has extensive experience in the design of pumping systems ranging from fuel oil and ballast transfer on ships to ultra-high precision drug infusion devices. During his career, he led research and development teams to design a wide range of products, taking them from concept to product launch at companies such as Cardinal Health and IVAC/IMED. More recently, in an individual effort, he has designed robotic laboratory test equipment for the pharmaceutical industry, devised specialized irrigation control valves, and has acted as an advisor in the development of verification and validation test protocols for class III medical devices for human use.
The work that Matt directed was novel and innovative as evidenced by the fact that his name is associated with the award of 14 utility patents. In addition, his work with the design of Alaris infusion pumps was recognized by several internal officer/manager awards for excellence.
Matt is an avid sailor, with a passion for competition, but his interest in water goes beyond just water that runs under the hull of his sail boat. Recently, he has become concerned with the lack of access to fresh clean water in much of the world. From his physics background, he sees the severity of the problem and fully appreciates the magnitude of the hurdles that must be overcome to pump fresh water to people in remote areas of developing nations.
Matthew G. Morris, B.S., M.B.A.
Matthew Morris is a mechanical physicist with special expertise in the design and monitoring of fluid pumping, control and storage systems.