Micro-Med, Inc. was incorporated in the Commonwealth of Kentucky in April, 1989 by Patrick D. Harris, Ph.D. to develop signal processing technologies for new medical diagnostic applications.

The Digi-Med division was formed in 1990 to develop physiologic analyzers for biomedical researchers based on digital waveform analysis. Over a dozen unique analyzers have now been developed to produce data-acquisition systems that cover broad pre-clinical medical research applications. These products are now sold world-wide under the Digi-Med trademark.

Dr. Patrick D. Harris is the founder, President, and Chief Executive Officer of Micro-Med, Inc. He has 35+ years of experience as a medical researcher, including 13 years as the Chairman of the Physiology Department at the University of Louisville, where he grew the department from less than $200,000 to over $1.2 million annually in medical research funding. Dr. Harris has been a long-term scientific advisor for several organizations, including the National Institutes of Health, the National Science Foundation, the Medical Research Council of Canada, the International Advisory Council for the Asian Union of Microcirculation, and the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences. He has a Ph.D. in Physiology from Northwestern University and a Masters in Electrical Engineering from the University of Missouri.

Mr. Wesley M. Harris, Chief Operating Officer, left AT&T's Bell Labs to join Micro-Med in 1991. While at Bell Labs, he worked as a data communications systems engineer in a product development department. He holds a Master of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Illinois and served on the Board of Directors of the Louisville Advanced Technology Council from 1992-1994.

Mr. Willard M. LeGette, Director of Manufacturing, joined Micro-Med in 1993 after a 25-year career with General Electric in a variety of materials management and quality control positions. He has an MBA from Xavier University and a Bachelor of Engineering degree from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.