Our mission is to implement methodical observation and innovative problem solving to procedures, devices, and surgical technique related to neurosurgery. This involves the basic sciences, mechanical and physical engineering, and medical sciences to evaluate existing technologies and approaches, or lack thereof, and craft solutions.
Chief Medical Officer
Guiding Principles: NeuroSimplicity, LLC, adheres to several neurosurgical tenets in its approach to designing devices, techniques, and fundamentals for application.
- The device should be minimal in design, approach, required technique, and implementation.
- Surgical intervention using devices and techniques should aim to maintain or restore individual correct anatomic form and function whenever possible.
- Devices and techniques should be well explained and supported by the sciences. These include physical mathematical models for biomechanics and flow dynamics and synthetic chemical and biochemical principles for materials preparation for devices.
NeuroSimplicity, LLC, was founded in 2016 by two research colleagues. Jared Rosenblum has a background in neuronal signal transduction and biophysical chemistry from his time in Woods Hole at Marine Biological Laboratories through National Institute of Health and is now pursuing Neurosurgery as a clinical path. Anthony Cappadona has a significant background in theoretical and applied physics, engineering mathematics, and chemistry.
Jared brings a new perspective on developing solutions to existing problems in operative neurosurgery while Anthony contributes the scientific acumen to bring them to fruition.
Neurosurgery is a remarkably young field with a strong history of innovation in the operative theater. This is a spirit we carry forward.
Observe: existing procedures, approaches, and technologies.
Inquire: what are the challenges inherent to this?
Innovate: unique solutions combining clinical knowledge and basic science approach.