Gregory KolovichChief Medical Officer & Co-Founder
MD, MPH, BSEEE
Chief Medical Officer & Co-Founder of Micro C, Greg is responsible for all clinical facets of the Micro C device. Dr. Kolovich interfaces with the medical community to solicit clinical feedback and to facilitate the creation of best practices. 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 the Micro C. He engages with investors, especially the loyal group of orthopedic surgeons and other physicians who have participated in seed funding — often multiple rounds — and enthusiastically await commercial release.
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 at Optim Orthopedics in Savannah, GA. Greg was born and raised in Cleveland along with childhood and college friend Evan, the company’s CEO. Greg’s international volunteerism include humanitarian missions as an orthopedic surgeon bringing life and limb saving medical care to underserved children and adults. He serves as President of the Georgia Society for Surgery of the Hand.