Evan has a background in mechanical engineering, a Master's in Bioengineering Innovation and Design, and a history of entrepreneurship. He has 5+ years of spine device design experience with four different products. Additionally, his experience includes significant sensor technology development research and product management.
Antony has a Master's in Bioengineering Innovation and Design from Johns Hopkins and a degree in mechanical engineering. He has prior experience in time-series machine-learning applications and algorithm development.
Dr. Theodore is the director of the Johns Hopkins Neurosurgical Spine Department. He is a key opinion leader in the spine surgery space and has start-up experience with two successful acquisitions.
Ariel is a Ph.D. candidate in Electrical and Computer Engineering with significant experience in sensors & robotics; as well as hardware development, neuromorphic systems, and microfabrication.
Jonathan is a Master's student at Johns Hopkins in Computer Science with an outstanding record for cloud deployment and development. His experience extends to multiple sectors with a focus on cloud architecture.
Tanvi is a dual major in Bioengineering and Computer Science at Johns Hopkins University with experience in biomedical data analysis and data visualization.
Zhen has a degree in Computer Science from Hefei University of Technology and is a Master's candidate in Computer Information System Security and Information Assurance.
Andreas is a Computer Science student at Johns Hopkins University with experience in software development at Amazon.
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As an organization, we value diversity, inclusivity, and equity on our team and strive to make sure that we add members from diverse backgrounds to best serve our diverse patient population. Spine surgery is a treatment that serves patients of all races; however, it’s been proven that all outcomes are not equal. Unfortunately, recent publications have shown that racial disparities drastically impact the rates and results of spinal procedures in minority communities. We believe that it is critical for our company focused on DEI and to help create technology to help address racial and socioeconomic barriers in spine care.