Yosi Weitzman has been actively involved in R&D for almost 30 years. He has developed novel medical devices in the fields of cardiology, ophthalmology and orthopedic surgery. Yosi has founded three medical device companies: Carevature, AdOM (Advanced Optical Methods) and Vascure Medical Systems. He holds a M.Sc. in mechanical engineering from Tel Aviv University.
Eran Miller is an experienced medical device developer. He was formerly Project Manager at Valtech Cardio and Remon Medical Technologies, where he developed novel transcatheter solution and blood pressure sensors. Eran holds a M.Sc. in materials science and engineering from Tel Aviv University.
Dr. Ely Ashkenazi is a specialist in neurosurgery and spine surgery. He is a senior surgeon in the Israeli Spine Center, Assuta Medical Center, Tel Aviv. Dr. Ashkenazi is a consultant for international companies involved in spinal surgery instrumentation and procedures.
Extensive marketing and operating experience in driving new product and business commercialization in medical device and pharmaceutical markets gained as an officer and director in both public and private companies
Over 20 years of spine industry experience with key relationships in Carevature’s target market; Direct experience in marketing, professional education, sales, sales management, and sales training with Amendia, Baxano Surgical and Biomet
B.Sc. (Industrial Engineering), over 30 years of extensive industry experience in managing production, logistics, supply chain and IT infrastructures
MA (Economics), over 20 years of experience as a senior financial manager in medical technology companies and with money managers, including rolls of CFO of a publicly traded company and a CIO in couple of pension funds.
Dr. Richard Guyer is the Co-founder of Texas Back Institute (Plano, TX) and Director of its Spine Fellowship Program. He is also Co-director for the Center for Disc Replacement at Texas Back Institute. Dr. Guyer has received the Best Doctor Award from D Magazine for multiple years, is past president of the North American Spine Society and winner of the Volvo Award for Low Back Pain Research.