ATLANTA AND SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, UNITED STATES, November 13, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Micro C Imaginghas expanded its leadership team with the appointment of Youssra Marjoua M.D., M.P.P., a Yale and Harvard-educated orthopaedic surgeon, as International Medicine Chief. In this role, Dr. Marjoua will inform doctors, health system directors, hospital administrators, surgical center managers, and clinic operators about the features and benefits of the Micro C™ fluoroscopy solution.

BIS Research forecasts that the global orthopaedics devices market, valued at $40.20 billion in 2016, will reach $60.02 billion by the end of 2023, growing at a CAGR of 6.1%. Latin America and Asia Pacific are expected to be the fastest growing markets with a CAGR of 12.2% and 9.6% respectively. Of special interest to Micro C are the opportunities to bring X-ray capabilities, for the first time, to developing countries and rural locations served by medical professionals who are expanding national public health programs and increasing international medical mission work.

The exceptional benefits of the Micro C in international medicine for doctors and patients inspired me to accept this appointment by Dr. Gregory Kolovich, Micro C Co-Founder and Chief Medical Officer”

— Youssra Marjoua MD

“The exceptional benefits of the Micro C solution in international medicine for doctors and patients inspired me to accept this appointment by Dr. Gregory Kolovich, Micro C Co-Founder and Chief Medical Officer, with whom I trained in hand and microsurgery as a resident while he was a hand and microsurgery fellow at Harvard,” explains Dr. Marjoua. Given her extensive academic and professional experience, she will also lead key research programs for Micro C Imaging. As a chief resident in the Harvard Combined Orthopaedic Surgery Program, Dr. Marjoua served as a Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Orthopaedic Journal at Harvard Medical School and was an editor for the duration of her time as a resident.

“We heartily welcome Dr. Youssra Marjoua to our leadership team, as she keenly understands that the Micro C makes surgeries of the extremities more efficient and exacting and also brings mobile fluoroscopy to doctors and patients anywhere in the world,” adds Dr. Kolovich. He earned dual M.D and Masters in Public Health degrees from The Ohio State University College of Medicine and a B.S. in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology magna cum laude, while double majoring in Electrical Engineering and Pre-Medicine. Dr. Kolovich’s work in global medicine began as a medical student volunteer with Podemos, the student-led non-profit organization focused on providing sustainable care to the communities surrounding El Progreso, Honduras.

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