Welcome to my sandbox for learning web development, sharing poetry, and connecting a network of health innovation, education, and art.

This site is in a state of continuous improvement (aka “always under construction”). Your feedback is welcome.

Health & Happiness for All

Back of the Napkin

…a place to sketch ideas and build sections of the playground in health innovation, education , and art…

IDEALbiomedical is a project to share resources for educators, students, and professionals in biomedical innovation, design, entrepreneurship, and leadership.

oeMiD is a reflection of life shared in poetry.


this life is an adventure, and i strive to cherish every moment of it. through the years, i’ve worked in the nyc motion picture industry, motorcycled most of the continental united states, flown airplanes, almost crashed airplanes, started companies, had companies fail, married and had children, lost that marriage, and got back up with lessons learned from life’s greatest teacher: failure.

today, i’m married to a nurse who is awesome, have two amazing children, and teach biomedical design at nc state university. we enjoy all that raleigh has to offer (great restaurants, breweries, bakeries, music, and art), and when i have some time, reflect this life on paper.

thank you for letting me share this with you.



Thanks Dad

In 2012, I was invited to give a TEDx Talk at Wake Forest University’s Wait Chapel.  With over 1000 people expected for their inaugural TEDxWakeForestU event, the idea of speaking in front of that many people was something I didn’t take lightly. This talk was a defining moment for my life as a public speaker …

20 years in a day

Things on DiMeo-dot-info have been quiet lately as I’ve recently made a significant career pivot from teaching biomedical (BME) senior design at NC State to Innovation and Design coach at Trig. If you are looking for blog posts related to innovation and design, the best thing to do is subscribe to the Trig newsletter.  I’ll continue to post on …

Graduation Day

Today, students from the UNC and NC State Biomedical Engineering class of 2018 will cross the stage and receive their diplomas after 4 (or 5 or more) years of very hard work. Over the past 12 years, I’ve had the distinct pleasure of welcoming these bright minds into a lab and taking a journey with …


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Health & Happiness for All
Andrew J. DiMeo, Sr.