Dr. Reuben Domike is an Associate Professor of Manufacturing Engineering, specializing in quality, lean manufacturing, and pharmaceuticals. He holds a Ph.D in Chemical Engineering Practice from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Prior to joining BYU, He was an Associate Professor (tenured) at the University of Prince Edward Island (Canada) in the Faculty of Business. Over the past twenty years, Professor Domike has been involved in developing technology start-up companies; two of which are now significant with millions of dollars in revenue and tens of employees each. He also has worked in the manufacturing industry in pharmaceuticals (GlaxoSmithKline in the U.K.), chemicals (Mitsubishi in Japan), and pulp/paper (Weyerhaeuser in USA). Professor Domike currently teaches undergraduate courses in quality management, lean manufacturing and system design. His current research activities are primarily in collaboration with the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Center for Biomedical Innovation (CBI) in the M.I.T. Engineering Systems Division focused on pharmaceutical manufacturing quality, manufacturing location-specific risk models, and benefit-risk assessment of new technologies and drug applications.