Peter Corridon

  • Kuwait, KW
Peter Corridon

An Innovative, Dedicated Worldly and Multifacated Individual


I am a dynamic, versatile and passionate individual with a unique record of training and achievements in Medicine, Science, Engineering and Business that allows me to provide global audiences instruction and solutions to complex problems.

Work experience

Work experience
Jan 2014 - Present

Lecturer, Past Academic Coordinator, Curriculum and Academic Support Services

School of Engineering, Australian College of Kuwait, Mishref, Kuwait

Achieved student approval ratings and course pass rates exceeding 90% (my groups include non-native English speaking students, adult leaners and students with learning disorders)

Achieved student approval ratings and course pass rates exceeding 90% (my groups include non-native English speaking students, adult leaners and students with learning disorders)

Introduced tech platforms (MyMathLab® and Smart Boards) and raised student test scores on average by 30%

Jun 2007 - Present

Owner and Founder 

C. Pantheon Consultants, LLC, Indiana, USA

Used social networking services like Linkedin to quadruple revenue within a 3-month period

Established a diverse and global clientele across a 10-year period that included: Ministry of (Trinidad & Tobago), Caribbean Cardiac Society(The Bahamas), Indiana University(USA), Enago/Crimson Interactive(India, Japan, USA), and the Australian College of Kuwait (Kuwait)

2007 - Present


Rene Medical, Indiana, USA

Cofounder and Scientific Adviser Indianapolis, Indiana, USA

Obtained patent license from Indiana Universirty to further development of proprietary gene treatment solution

Raised $100,000 US funds to support pre-clinical animal studies and medical device development

Aug 2009 - Oct 2013

Medical Biophysicist and Imaging Specialist

The Center for Biological Microscopy, Indiana University

Biophysicist, Medical Imaging Specialist and Animal Surgeon I

Invented renal gene therapy technique and acquired US and international patents

Led a team of 6 scientists/engineers, and developed collaborations within the US, Europe and the Middle East Developed and delivered animal surgical courses to training scientists from across the US and Europe

Jun 2007 - Aug 2009

Assistant Professor

Department of Biomedical Engineering, University of Trinidad & Tobago

Assistant Professor and Founding Departmental Chair, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago

Implemented the first of its kind training program and telemedicine network in Caribbean tailored to local needs

Acquired/supervised US $10 million in state/private funds for faculty and student training and development

Successfully created local biomedical niche services, and 50 services/jobs within a period of 2 months


Aug 2009 - Oct 2013

Ph.D., Medical Biophysics, Biomolecular Imaging & Life Sciences, Biomedical Sciences Program

Indiana University, School of Medicine, USA

Received fours years of full course, research, stipend and travel funding that exceeded US $250,000 Developed expertise in Microbiology, Physiology, Nephrology, Diabetes, Cancer and Gene Therapies Supervised academic collaborations in the US, UK, and Switzerland for laser/microscopy applications Aided the Division of Diversity to increase student recruitment/retention rates 20%

Aug 2005 - May 2007

M.Eng., Biomedical Engineering

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA

Designed prototypes to detect skin and breast cancer, and manage burn injury diagnosis Designed prototype to detect explosives on passengers at airports

Aug 2005 - May 2006

M.S., Applied Mathematics

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Created models to improve the accuracy of myocardial ablation therapy outcome by 20%
Successfully completed coursework in Marketing, Advertising, Biotechnology, and IT Business Development

Aug 2000 - May 2003

M.S., Electrical Engineering

Tuskegee University

Drove the development of novel fuel cell prototype system to power implantable medical devices Received $5000 US award for the development of cutting-edge solar and fuel cell hybrid systems

Sep 1995 - Jun 1999

B.A., Mathematics (Minors in Lingusitics and Sociology)

University of the West Indies, Trinidad & Tobago

Created statistical and differential models to analyze financial systems and wildlife conservation efforts
My research results spearhead a national drive to prevent the extinction of the deer species native to Trinidad



Technical writing and editing


TeachinG and public speaking

Management and consultancy

Renal gene therapy

International patent research development


Animal surgery and imaging



Text Section



Mentor and Past-Advisor

David P. Gilley, Ph.D. Associate ProfessorIndiana University School of Medicine, Department of Medical and Molecular Genetics 975 West Walnut Street, Indianapolis, IN (office) +1-317-278-9158 [email protected] 

Mentor and Past-Advisor