Mark Terrill is a highly experienced, successful and well-regarded business leader who has gained experience in similar markets to Zynfusion internationally through his past companies. Before Zynfusion, he ran several medical device and technology businesses, both small and large, ranging from pre-revenue to over $150 MM. He has demonstrated a level of excellence in business culture and staff engagement featured highly in his successful business leadership most recently at ARC Devices.
James Dix, MD
Dr. Dix completed his radiology residency at the University of Washington in Seattle before his 2-year neuroradiology fellowship at the University of Virginia. Dr. Dix has authored multiple peer-reviewed articles on neuroradiology and neurosurgery. He has developed and published innovative techniques in percutaneous cement fixation of sacral and pelvic fractures. He lectures nationally on advanced imaging techniques for radiologists and neurosurgeons. He is board-certified in radiology and possesses a certificate of added qualification (CAQ) in neuroradiology.
Amit Mehta, MD FRCP(c)
Dr. Amit Mehta Completed His Residency In Diagnostic Radiology And Fellowship In Minimally Image Guided Surgery At Harvard Medical School’s Massachusetts General Hospital. He Is A Founder And The Chief Medical Office Of Intrinsic Imaging, A Leading Healthcare It Company. He Is A Board Member Of The San Antonio Angel Network, A Partner In The Silicon Valley Venture Capital Firm BuildersVC And Has Been Selected As One Of The “Top 40 Under 40” By The San Antonio Business Journal.
Mark Novotny has 28 years of experience in the medical device sector. Mark has worked on numerous medical device technologies in critical care, cardiovascular and spinal surgery. Technologies, he has worked on are used every day in at least 50 countries and collectively they have generated billions of dollars in sales. Currently Mark is the CEO of Spinal Stabilization Technologies. He has offices in Dublin Ireland, San Antonio TX, and Boulder CO.
W loren Francis
Loren Francis has been working in the field of biomechanics and medical device development for over 15 years. He started his career at NASA as an aeronautical engineer, performing design and development on a variety of International Space Station and Shuttle projects. He is an expert at developing systems to assess the biomechanics of the spine.