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Accelerating Innovation

OXOS Medical® focuses on accelerating innovation in orthopedic imaging. OXOS manufactures the Micro C, the world’s first handheld x-ray for use in clinical and surgical orthopedic care scenarios.

Micro C pushes x-ray to the point of care, enabling musculoskeletal imaging with greater clarity, safety, accuracy, and speed. Every OXOS device connects to our leading orthopedic imaging platform, allowing unprecedented orthopedic image management and knowledge sharing while simultaneously enabling new machine learning workloads never before accessible to orthopedics.

“OXOS brings x-ray out of the radiology suite directly to the point of care”.


OXOS Medical, Inc. was founded in May of 2016 to develop and commercialize the world’s first handheld x-ray emitter for orthopedic surgery. Devised by Dr. Greg Kolovich, a Savannah-based orthopedic surgeon, the device is designed to address a number of shortcomings of the ergonomics of the traditional C-Arm.

While designing and developing the Micro C, it became quickly apparent that the advantages of the device translated into a number of adjacent care scenarios. By leveraging the sensor stack of the device, combined with the cloud connected platform, OXOS is able to bring fluoroscopy to the point of care, develop safer, faster and more accurate imaging devices and enable x-ray imaging in numerous care scenarios.

The Team

Gregory P. Kolovich, MD


Founder and Chief Medical Officer of Micro C, Greg is responsible for all clinical facets of the Micro C device. He leads all medical trials relating to Micro C’s effectiveness and safety and is the company’s liaison to the medical community. While performing reconstructive hand surgery at Harvard Medical School, Greg became frustrated with the traditional imaging process. This productivity and capability gap inspired him to design Micro C. Greg received a Doctor of Medicine, cum laude, from The Ohio State University College of Medicine where he pursued his orthopedic residency at the Wexner Medical Center. For his fellowship at Harvard University, he focused on Hand and Microsurgery. Prior to his medical education and training, he graduated magna cum laude from the Georgia Institute of Technology where he received a Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Electronics Engineering, having double-majored in Electrical Engineering and Pre-Medicine. Greg is a practicing orthopedic surgeon.

Evan M. Ruff


Chief Executive Officer of Micro C, Evan is responsible for leading both the business and technology functions of the company. Evan focuses on managing financial and regulatory matters, managing software and hardware engineering practices, and handling new patents. Evan is the primary point of contact for all of Micro C’s investors. He collaborates with the marketing team to design and publish product manuals and materials and promote the company’s accomplishments through digital and traditional media. Evan received a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology, followed by a Master of Business Administration in Information Technology, also from Georgia Tech. As an enterprise architect and engineer, he has worked closely with business users and technology leadership at both early-stage and Fortune 500 companies. Evan has served as CTO to three technology startup companies where his deep knowledge and expertise of business process mapping and design helped lead those companies from concept to exit.

The Board


Joshua Hix

Josh is Co-Founder and former CEO of Plated, which has shipped millions of meals to over 95% of the United States. Plated was acquired by the Albertsons Companies family of grocery brands in 2017 for $300M to create the first truly omnichannel meal kit experience. Josh received his MBA from Harvard Business School and a BS in Electrical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology.

Charlie Bourland, III CHARMAN

Charlie Bourland is a 27 year orthopedic and medical device insider based in Miami. He has been involved with multiple start-ups including Distal Extremities and Arthrogenx and is the inventor of the first curved, reusable suture passer. Charlie is the founder of the Miami Anatomical Research Center, American Medical Endoscopy and Strauss Surgical

James Stubbs, PhD CHARMAN

Dr. Stubbs has 30 years’ experience in the medical device and diagnostic /therapeutic radiology spaces. His early career began as a contractor to the FDA evaluating radiopharmaceutical investigational new drug (IND) applications and new drug applications (NDA). This led to 30 years of effort supporting clinical evaluations of theranostic drugs. Since 1995, he’s started, cofounded or worked in a variety of C-suite roles in numerous medical device companies

J. Anderson Thorson CHARMAN

Andy Thorson is an accomplished Senior Executive and Entrepreneur with more than 30 years of success in the medical device, merchant banking, and M&A advisory industries. Throughout his executive career, Andy has held leadership positions with Pegasus Capital as Partner and Director; Varian Medical Systems, Inc. as VP Business Development, Corporate VP, Finance & Treasurer, and Corporate VP, Finance & Business Development; Yoot, Inc. as CEO and Founder; Veracyte as EVP, Strategy & Business Development. Currently,