Jeff is full of energy and very optimistic about the innovation Globus continues to deliver in the imaging, navigation, and robotics market. Learn more about his passion below.
What was your experience in the robotics industry before you joined Globus?
I started with the Imaging, Navigation, and Robotics (INR) team in February 2017. Prior to joining Globus, I gained extensive experience in the image-guided surgical space, working closely with product development and support engineers.
How did you first learn about Globus?
Robotics is the next evolution in image-guided spine surgery and Globus is definitely delivering innovation in this market. I had heard the company was ramping up and looking for a Clinical Specialist. When I met with the leadership team, I knew this is exactly where I needed to be.
What is on your wish list for the next 5 years with Globus?
My wish list is simple. With many exciting products on our horizon, it will be extremely rewarding to see them come to fruition. The next generation of INR products will ultimately transform how spine surgery is performed and it’s going to be an exciting journey.
What aspect of your role do you enjoy the most?
As a Clinical Specialist for the INR team, it’s difficult to pinpoint one thing I enjoy the most because so many aspects make it great. If I had to choose, it would be when we bring in imaging, post-robot, and see perfectly placed screws. In that moment, there is a sense of accomplishment for everyone.
What is something you’ve learned in the past week?
In INR, we learn something new every day. We have a group of talented software engineers who can rapidly sift through anomalies encountered in robotic cases around the world and provide our clinical team solutions that helps deliver our successful innovation.
What is your favorite thing about working at Globus Medical?
My favorite thing about Globus is the people. It’s rare to work within an organization that has so many passionate employees who perform at a high level and are always striving to make things better or more efficient. This effort, in my opinion, is the intangible force that makes our future extremely bright for imaging, navigation, and robotics.