Brian Jamieson founded Diagnostic Biochips (DBC) in 2013 to drive groundbreaking advances in understanding the brain through the development of advanced neural interfacing systems.

His 20 years of engineering expertise in hardware-oriented R&D includes applying micro- and nano-technology to challenging problems in medicine, biology, and science. Prior to DBC, Brian was President of SBM (Scientific & Biomedical Microsystems), an engineering services and R&D firm, which he founded in 2006. Before SBM, Brian was a Micro-Electro-Mechanical-Systems (MEMS) Group Leader for the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, where he worked on instrument miniaturization for unmanned space missions and initiated a lab-on-a-chip (LOAC) program to develop microfluidic platforms for space-based assays and astronaut health monitoring.

Brian currently serves on the Scientific Advisory Board of the Maryland Science Center, as an industry advisor to the Georgetown Graduate Program in Physics, and on review panels for NASA, the NIH, and the International Technology Roadmap for Semiconductors. He earned both a Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering and an M.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Michigan and completed his B.S. in Physics at Yale University. Brian earned a silver medal at the 1996 Olympics in rowing and is a Board member and past president of CRAB (Chesapeake Region Accessible Boating), an organization that teaches people with disabilities how to sail.

Brian Jamieson