Andrew Wagner is director of engineering, software and IT at Nimble Therapeutics. Andrew leads an experienced team of engineers and technicians that maintain and improve Nimble’s maskless array synthesizers. Andrew and his team also collaborate with Nimble scientists to engineer novel assays and processes that address unique biotech challenges.
Andrew earned a MSEE in signal and image processing from the University of Southern California, and certificates in biotechnology management and project management from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. He has more than 35 years of experience developing scientific and medical instrumentation in the fields of X-ray microanalysis, light microscopy, electroencephalography, bone densitometry, robotic medical diagnostics, and DNA/peptide synthesis. Prior to joining Nimble, Andrew was lead software engineer for the maskless array synthesizer at Roche. Before that, he led the software development team for project IceCube’s enhanced hot water drill at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Outside of work, Andrew likes to be in nature and enjoys hiking, biking and paddling with his wife and daughters. Andrew is also an avid reader of history, especially the American Civil War, but lives for a good game of sheepshead.