Our job is to provide sound solutions through teamwork. It is the accomplishments of all Biosonix employees that make the things we manufacture a reality.
Jeff Penman is the President of Biosonix, in Salt Lake City , Utah. Jeff is an experienced, technology leader with over 25 years of experience in development of medical devices and consumer electronics. Prior to joining Biosonix, Jeff was the Hardware Engineering Manager and Chief Engineer for the Surgery Business of GE Healthcare where he lead the development of the hardware architecture of their newest product. He joined GE from Iomega corporation
Jeff holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Wyoming.
Travis Sessions is the Chairman of Biosonix board of directors. With over 17 years experience in business management, he has successfully built multiple medical device technology companies, including Biosonix's sister company Biomerics. Travis has a BS in Chemical Engineering from Brigham Young University and Masters in Business Administration from the University of Michigan. He is an expert in business development, new product development, and plastics operations. Travis serves on various industry boards and organizations including BioUtah, Utah's independent life science association, Salt Lake City's Lifescience Angles, Brigham Young University Chemical Engineering Department Industry Board, and other private education organizations.
Roy has over 25 years’ experience in firmware and electronics product design, as an individual contributor and engineering manager. He has worked in many industrial and consumer electronics fields, including medical devices, audio/video conferencing, and traffic controls technology. He came to Biosonix, from Polara in Greenville Texas, where he worked as the engineering manager designing a number of Assisted Pedestrian crossing technologies. Prior to this, he was the director of firmware and software development at Clearone Communications in Salt Lake City Utah, working on the development of Audio and Video Conferencing products. Roy moved to Utah from Colorado where he ran the embedded firmware and electrical engineering group for Baxa, a private biomedical company in Englewood Colorado, making pharmaceutical and medical devices.
He has a Bachelor’s degree and a Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Curtin University in Western Australia. He holds two commercial patents.