Brandon Swan

R&D Engineer
Clinical Research

Brandon Swan completed his Bachelor’s of Science in Engineering degree at Duke University in 2008, majoring in Biomedical Engineering with a focus in computational electrophysiology. Since then he has worked as an R&D Engineer and Clinical Research Coordinator at Duke University. He currently manages early-phase human subjects research studies on Deep Brain Stimulation treatment of movement disorders, Spinal Cord Stimulation treatment of Chronic Pain, and neural prosthetic control of urinary tract dysfunction. In his free time Brandon enjoys cooking, running, and exploring the Durham food scene.