Pedro Irazoqui is a pioneer in the development of wireless implantable devices with the potential to treat conditions such as epilepsy and glaucoma. He is Professor and Head of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, at Johns Hopkins University. He focuses on leveraging circuit design, telemetry, wireless power, and other tools of electrical engineering to create systems-level medical devices that can be worn or implanted to: track patient biomarkers associated with diseases; drive electrical activity in excitable tissue to provide therapy; or modulate photoswitchable compounds to deliver spatially-targetted pharmacotherapy with minimal side effects. Irazoqui is the co-founder and CTO of Bionode, LLC, which aims to commercialize electroceutical therapy for glaucoma. He is CSO for Neurava, LLC which is commercializing diagnostic and therapeutic devices for SUDEP. He serves as an associate editor for IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering. He is a Senior Member of IEEE, and a Fellow of AIMBE. Irazoqui received his PhD in Biomedical Engineering (2003) from University of California, Los Angeles. He earned both his master’s (1999) and bachelor’s degrees (1997) in Electrical Engineering at the University of New Hampshire, Durham.