Dr. Brent Myers is responsible for the overall communication system and signaling protocols, as well as integrated circuit design to support the ID-Cap™ system for etectRx™. He started his career at General Electric (GE) in 1979 with a focus on integrated circuit design and completed the GE Edison Engineering program–a three-year, intensive program centered around advanced problem solving skills. In addition to GE, Dr. Myers has worked in the semiconductor industry his entire career, primarily at Harris Semiconductor and Intersil Corporation. It was here that he, as a senior scientist, was responsible for high-level integrated circuit architecture and design. He also led development in various applications, including focal plane imaging, disk drive readout electronics, advanced digital high speed (ADSL) signal processing, and transceivers for cable-based internet communication. In his role at Intersil, Dr. Myers led the mixed-signal engineering team that developed the PRISM chipset recognized in the industry as the pioneering chipset enabling the WiFi application space. In 2009, Dr. Myers founded NeoSemi Integrated Design Systems, specializing in low power integrated communication system and circuit design. He has 17 issued patents and several pending patents in electronic medication adherence techniques.

Dr. Myers is a part-time adjunct at the Florida Institute of Technology teaching courses in semiconductor physics and circuit design. He received his BS degree in electrical engineering from Purdue University and subsequent advanced electrical engineering degrees from Virginia Tech and Florida Institute of Technology.