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Founded by physicians in gastroenterology and emergency medicine, RighBio Metrics addresses a very serious problem in healthcare: How do we accurately measure bio fluids to enhance the speed and quality of medical treatment – without incurring substantial costs?

RightBio Metrics was founded by Paul Gilbert MD, Board Certified in Emergency Medicine, and his father, Robert Gilbert MD, Board Certified in Gastroenterology in 2005. Dr. Paul Gilbert’s first-hand experience with tube misplacement and the frustration experienced in emergency medicine with uncertainty about treatment-critical metrics lead to a passion for developing more appropriate technologies. The innovations by the Dr. Gilberts, while leveraging widely acclaimed measurement practices, represent a revolution in the technologies that deliver such metrics – to enable better patient care and prevent severe accidents.

Paul Gilbert, MD, Founder/President

Paul J. Gilbert, MD is board certified by the American Board of Emergency Medicine. He has 13 years of experience as an ER physician and has over 10 years of experience in patenting and developing medical devices. Paul has organized and help complete over 3 clinical studies at major hospitals across the US for RightBio Metrics. He has been a medical director for a privately owned emergency medicine physician group. He has also been an EMS medical director as well as a medical director for hospice. 


Robert Gilbert, MD, Co-Founder

Robert P. Gilbert, MD is board certified in gastroenterology and has over 30 years of experience in the field. He currently practices gastroenterology and provides consulting services for RightBio Metrics. His knowledge of the gastrointestinal system has assisted the company in coming up with ground breaking technology.

Renae Moomjian, Director of Product Development

Renae has over 23 years of experience in product development.  She has a history of working on enteral feeding products and has focused on creating products which meet unaddressed market needs. Prior work history includes Xeridiem, Haemonetics and SEBRA. At Xeridiem she held several leadership positions including Director of  the Advanced Product and Technology (APT) program and Vice-President of Business Development. Prior to Xeridiem, Renae had been with SEBRA where she was the General Manager of its industry-leading biological collection and processing division (BCP) division. She has done this by leading a team that does VOC (voice of the customer), market analysis, business cases, and ROI (return on investment) analysis as well as early stage material/technology investigation, prototyping, experimentation and reporting. Created department initiatives and now ensuring the team is focused on executing disciplined experiments to achieve corporate milestones. Selected Achievements include being a member of the Board of Directors at Arizona Bioindustry Association (AZBIO). 

Michelle Lott, Regulatory and Quality Consultant

Michelle works with Lean RAQA Systems, LLC and specializes in simple solutions to complex regulatory problems. She has a history of facilitating medical device development from concept through to product approval, initial QMS creation and support, production implementation, market launch, and post-market surveillance. Michelle provides support to implement and maintain RightBio Metrics Quality Management System and regulatory strategy for future product submissions. With Michelle’s support, RightBio Metrics has effectively mitigated potential compliance risks to ensure company success.  

Ted McNabola, General Counsel

Ted McNabola has practiced law for more than twenty-five years, with a concentration in healthcare litigation, and has handled cases involving patients who have died from misplaced NG tubes. Determined to do something to help improve patient safety, Ted assisted Dr. Gilbert with planning and applying for patents before the company was started. Ted has been deeply involved with Right Biometrics since the formation of the company including being the first investor and serving as General Counsel for incorporation, corporate structuring, and financing. Ted is a former Adjunct Professor at Northwestern University School of Law and Loyola University School of Law, and serves on the Board of Directors for Loyola University School of Law and the Board of Directors for The 100 Club, a charity dedicated to helping families of police officers and fire fighters killed in the line of duty. Ted is currently the managing partner of McNabola & Associates in Chicago, Illinois.