Together our team has conducted over 90 years of research and more than 10,000 orthopedic surgeries.
Agarwal is an experienced life science business strategist, entrepreneur and well known orthopaedic spine surgeon. He brings decades of clinical experience as a world renowned orthopedic spine surgeon to the OsteoNovus leadership team, and has served as key opinion leader for various leading medical device companies. Since becoming CEO in 2014, he has focused on leveraging OsteoNovus' breakthrough NovoGro technology platform with an emphasis on strong execution and the highest ethical standards. He holds approximately 100 US/foreign patents granted/applied for.
Internationally reputed researcher in calcium phosphates and other biomaterials. Distinguished University Professor at The University of Toledo. Fellow of The American Ceramic Society (ACerS), The American Institute of Medical & Biological Engineering (AIMBE), and The National Academy of Inventors (NAI). Author of 175 peer reviewed papers, and approximately 35 US/foreign patents granted/applied for in structural materials, and biomaterials.
World Congress of Biomechanics Lifetime Achievement Award. Endowed Chair and McMaster-Gardner professor. Co-director of the Engineering Center for Orthopedic Research Excellence. Yale.
Steven has built his financial career with clients ranging from small businesses to international manufacturing companies. He brings a passion for learning and leads all capital raising efforts along with financial reporting and investor relations activities. Steven feels right at home working hand-in-hand with the sales, R&D, and executive teams to help OsteoNovus deliver great products efficiently and effectively.
Aaron is a material scientist who enjoys problem solving and finding the important facts hidden behind the trivial details. He earned his Ph.D.in chemistry from University of Toledo, and brings experience in inorganic synthesis and material characterization. He’s motivated by exploring ways to make novel materials and searching for connections between their material structure and properties.