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Moises started to work towards this mission in 2018, researching the current methodologies used in Intramedullary Nailing surgeries after meeting with Dr Javier Coloma. Since 2019, acting as managing director (CEO) he has also managed the startup duties towards the community and its collaborators while leading the research and development of new solutions.

Graduating with a Master's degree in Physics (with Honours) from the University of Liverpool, Moises has conducted studies on X-ray impacts and used the latest programming and electronic technologies. He has been the Vice-President of the "Coding and Robotics" Society in Liverpool between 2018-2019 and developed a new piece of software to control driverless cars which won a competition at the XJTLU University in Suzhou, China. Besides technical work, he has also attended many conferences of entrepreneurship and incubators and has successfully received the Startup School Certificate by Y COMBINATOR, the world's best-renowned startup incubator.

Moises has worked on research in particle and accelerator physics at CERN, the largest physics laboratory in the world and home of the Large Hadron Collider. Also, he has been an invited lecturer at private events teaching how to speak in public and use body language to communicate effectively with audiences.




Dr. Javier Coloma has been an orthopaedic surgeon for years and his interest and passion on improving how healthcare is provided during surgeries has kept him looking for problems and solutions in this field for a while. After successfully developing two different products that are now impacting the way surgeons operate, he has always wanted to find a more efficient way to perform distal locking in Intramedullary Surgeries.​

His idea brought Drill Surgeries to life and he is now in charge of supervising the developments we do to introduce our device in hospitals in the best way possible, for patients and medical staff's benefit.

Dr. Javier Coloma is an orthopaedic surgeon at Hospital Arnau de Villanova, Spain, and  a member of the prestigious SECOT, the Spanish Society of orthopaedic and traumatology surgery. He was awarded the Melbourne Scholarship to work in Australia in 2014 and he also works as a Consultant Orthopaedic surgeon in Spain.

In the past years, Javier has been volunteering around the world, operating in the Philippines or Cameroon, and he is working full time in the fight against Coronavirus (COVID-19).

Because improving healthcare cannot be done by a single person and every idea counts, Drill Surgeries grows thanks to the collaboration from experts in the industry, academia and professionals in the healthcare sector.

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