ESEP, Adaptive Technology Program Manager, Roche Diabetes
Mike Celentano has been influencing the Medical Diagnostics field since 1987. He has experience in systems engineering, advanced research, engineering management, product development, and technology management.
Mike has dedicated his career to developing multi-disciplined instrumentation used to diagnose & monitor disease to ultimately help improve the quality of healthcare globally. He has worked for Technicon, Miles, Bayer, Seradyn, UMM and Roche. Mike is currently the Program Leader for Global Adaptive Technologies at Roche Diagnostics Diabetes Care in Indianapolis. His charter is to evaluate and expedite new technologies and features that could benefit Roche’s diabetes patients, caregivers, and payers.
Mike has a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from N.Y.I.T. He achieved SE certification at the highest level in 2017. Mike has been granted many global patents related to medical diagnostics. Through his involvement in INCOSE Mike is striving to make Systems Engineering practices more common-place in the Biomedical Industry. Mike founded the INCOSE International Healthcare Working Group. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for INCOSE at the international level.