Emir Kamaric is a Rice University graduate and has 30 years of experience in the fields of medical device innovations, international clinical trials, surgeon relations and education, in addition to engineering.
In partnership with Pfizer-Howmedical and later Stryker, he was engaged in the development and launch of numerous successful medical devices. He was recipient of the Otto Aufranc Award presented by The Hip Society of the USA and has collaborated on more than 130 publications and oral presentations.
Based on his previous engineering knowledge and current biomechanical expertise, he devotes a large portion of his time to the evaluation, design and global implementation of both generic and novel medical devices in combination with the emerging additive manufacturing in support of patient specific implants and instrumentation.
In his current professional activities Mr. Kamaric is applying his extensive knowledge in developing new medical therapies and other posts requiring versatile experience and high-level competence.