Maxim Budyansky

Maxim Budyansky

Chief Technology Officer, Co-Founder at Avitus Orthopaedics Inc

Location:
400 Farmington Ave Suite R2826, Farmington, Connecticut, United States
HQ Phone:
(860) 404-6476

General Information

Experience

Chief Technology Officer and Co-Founder  - BOSS Medical LLC

Master's Student  - Johns Hopkins University

Affiliations

Consultant  - Jhpiego Corporation

Researcher At the Cell Mechanics Laboratory  - University of Connecticut

Recent News  

Maxim Budyansky, MSE
Chief Technology Officer Co-founder, Co-inventor Mr. Budyansky is Chief Technology Officer and co-founder of Avitus Orthopaedics. He's passionate about entrepreneurship, innovation and bringing meaningful impact to market. In a past life, he was focused on creating low-cost medical devices in OB/GYN developing country markets, at Jhpiego Corp. As a researcher at the Cell Mechanics Laboratory at the University of Connecticut, he co-invented and co-developed Micro-CGS, a novel micro-scale curvature detection technology with application to cancer cell diagnostics. With an M.S.E. in Bioengineering Innovation and Design from Johns Hopkins University and B.S.E. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Connecticut, his engineering background emphasizes biomechanics and the application of mechanical engineering principles to medical device design and innovation. The Board comprises of five Directors, including Mr. Neil Shah, Mr. Maxim Budyansky, and Mr. Lance DeNardin.

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Were finding the Avitus Bone Harvester to be extremely versatile, demonstrating strong outcomes across a host of different surgeon types, procedure types, and harvest sites, said Maxim Budyansky, Chief Technology Officer of Avitus.

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Maxim Budyansky, MSE
Chief Technology Officer Co-founder, Co-inventor Mr. Budyansky is Chief Technology Officer and co-founder of Avitus Orthopaedics. He’s passionate about entrepreneurship, innovation and bringing meaningful impact to market. In a past life, he was focused on creating low-cost medical devices in OB/GYN developing country markets, at Jhpiego Corp. As a researcher at the Cell Mechanics Laboratory at the University of Connecticut, he co-invented and co-developed Micro-CGS, a novel micro-scale curvature detection technology with application to cancer cell diagnostics. With an M.S.E. in Bioengineering Innovation and Design from Johns Hopkins University and B.S.E. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Connecticut, his engineering background emphasizes biomechanics and the application of mechanical engineering principles to medical device design and innovation. The Board comprises of five Directors, including Mr. Neil Shah, Mr. Maxim Budyansky, and Mr. Lance DeNardin.

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