Richard Tyc joined Monteris Medical in 1999 and currently serves as the Vice President, Technology and Advanced Development. He is a co-inventor of the AutoLITT® technology (now the NeuroBlate® System) concept, having joined the research team at St. Boniface Hospital Research Center in 1999 working on AutoLITT technology, which later became Monteris.
Prior to working on the AutoLITT development, Richard held positions at Otto Bock Orthopedic, JCL Associates and St. Boniface General Hospital Research Center in the fields of pharmaceutical automation, industrial automation and the prosthetic device industry.
Richard is a Professional Engineer. He received a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering and a Master of Science in Mechanical and Industrial Engineering from the University of Manitoba. His development of the NeuroBlate® System led to several distinctions including the Principle Innovation Award from the Ernest C. Manning Foundation and the Governor General of Canada Innovation Award.