Tal Golesworthy is an engineer and entrepreneur, working in research and development of combustion and air pollution control -- until he decided to innovate in his own health.
Tal Golesworthy is an experienced engineer and entrepreneur who branched out into bio-engineering in response to his own dilated aorta. His company now funds the research and development of devices that will help people with aortic dilation avoid major surgery and lifelong drug therapy.
He also has considerable expertise over a wide range of combustion and process plant including conventional and novel combustion systems, and his background has also included several years as an information scientist, and hot gas cleaning.
“My aorta is fixed. I haven't got to worry about it, which is a rebirth for me.”
“When you have a group of people who've had a different professional training, a different professional experience, they not only have a different knowledge base, but they have a different perspective on everything.”