In the past, we’ve seen things like bioelectronic medicine defined as the nexus between the molecular target, the signal or neural pathway, and the device – or even more broadly the combination of molecular medicine, neuroscience, and engineering. To Dr. Eric Grigsby, the ultimate trifecta lies at the intersection of patient care, discovery, and innovation. This may seem like a simplistic goal; isn’t everyone in the field trying to bring the basic science through to the patient population – at least at some level? But how many people in our field are active in all three pursuits? I recently had the chance to sit down with Dr. Grigsby and talk with him about how he got his start, what drives him, and how he plans to make a difference.