Lloyd’s technical expertise stems from an academic background in computer science and mathematics with a focus in algorithms, data structures, and graph theory. During his studies, he obtained extensive research experience in a biomedical engineering laboratory where he invented instrumentations and conducted innovative research in systems biology. As a researcher, Lloyd developed microfabricated devices used to address the pharmacological and physiological gaps between cell cultures, animal models, and humans. His areas of expertise include microfluidics, MEMS fabrication, microlithography, biomedical imaging, and flow actuation. Combined with his computer science education, Lloyd is able to leverage his interdisciplinary knowledge to grasp the underlying mechanics across a wide breadth of technologies to effectively pursue and obtain meaningful results for his clients.
Vanderbilt University, B.S., Computer Science and Mathematics
University of Tennessee College of Law, J.D.
California State Bar
United States Patent and Trademark Office