Tamim Hamid



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Pursuit of excellence characterizes Tamim Hamid’s career—excellence in scientific discovery and applications, excellence in corporate leadership and excellence in entrepreneurial spirit.

From his dedicated service as a NASA bioengineer through corporate executive leadership and founder of innovative medical device companies, his unrelenting determination to deliver value is evident through significant personal and organizational accomplishments.

As a biomedical engineer at NASA, he designed and implemented leading-edge biomedical technologies that supported the success and safety of the prestigious space shuttle program its astronauts.

As a leader of worldwide medical sales, marketing, engineering, manufacturing and logistics for Sanmina, a $13 Billion NASDAQ-listed company international medical device company, in Asia, Europe, and the Americas, he grew division revenues 4x.

As a principal executive in successful biomedical start-ups, Outreach and QuVis, he spearheaded innovative endeavors that were profitably sold to major medical device companies.

Today, Tamim combines the expertise and experience of a highly skilled biomedical scientist, a successful corporate executive and an innovative entrepreneur with a passion based on personal experience as the founder and CEO of Theradome, a biomedical device design and manufacturing company. Focused on solving the global dilemma of hair loss through clinically proven safe and effective photochemical stimulation hair restoration techniques, Theradome is developing next-generation technologies that are now accessible, affordable and convenient for the millions of people across the globe suffering from hair loss.

His educational accomplishments include: Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, Master of Science in Computer Engineering and a Ph.D. (ABD) in Biomedical Engineering.

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