The Catalyst OrthoScience Board of Directors

Brian K. Hutchison

Brian K. Hutchison is chairman and CEO of Catalyst OrthoScience Inc. He is a seasoned veteran of the healthcare industry, with more than 30 years of experience in medical devices, biotechnology and orthopedics. He has successfully led healthcare companies from start up to sustained, profitable growth with expertise in operations management, product development, turnaround strategy, team leadership and revenue growth.

Prior to Catalyst, Hutchison served 15 years as CEO of RTI Surgical Inc. (NASDAQ: RTIX). At RTI Surgical, he grew annual revenue from $55 million to $300 million, positioning the company as a leader in advanced biologic products. As CEO, Hutchison successfully merged RTI Surgical with Tutogen Medical in 2008 and in 2013 acquired Pioneer Surgical Technologies. Over his tenure, he secured multiple rounds of financing that included a $25.8 million investment in 2002 and a $22.2 million investment in 2005.

Before RTI Surgical, Hutchison held various positions at Stryker Corporation, including serving as vice president of worldwide product development and distribution, senior vice president and chief operation officer of the Howmedica Osteonics Division and president of the Stryker Medical Division.

Hutchison serves on the boards of directors of Zavation Medical Products and the University of Florida Research Foundation.He received a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Grand Valley State University and attended Harvard Business School’s Program for Management.

Steven S. Goldberg, M.D.
Dr. Steven S. Goldberg is the Founder of Catalyst OrthoScience. He is a board certified orthopedic surgeon and is the Chief of the Division of Orthopedic Surgery at Physicians Regional Healthcare System in Naples. He is the lead author on several research articles including the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, the leading journal in the orthopedic field. He received his Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from the University of Virginia and his medical degree from Rutgers New Jersey Medical School. Dr. Goldberg completed a fellowship in Shoulder Surgery and Sports Medicine at Columbia University in New York City. Founded by Dr. Charles Neer, who is known as the “father of modern shoulder surgery,” this is the nation’s oldest and most prestigious shoulder fellowship.
Carter McNabb
Carter McNabb is a managing director at River Cities Capital Funds and leads the firm’s healthcare investing practice. He has been instrumental in setting River Cities’ healthcare strategy and establishing the firm’s credibility within the healthcare vertical. Previously, Carter worked in marketing and business development for Home Technology Healthcare, a comprehensive home healthcare company offering nursing, DME, infusion therapy and hospice services. Home Technology Healthcare was private equity financed by Continental Illinois and acquired by Integrated Health Services in 1997. As the 1998 recipient of the Bradford Fellowship for achievements in corporate finance, Carter worked in equity research at J.C. Bradford & Co. while attending business school at Vanderbilt. Carter has achieved numerous highly profitable exits in healthcare services and medical technology, including Suros Surgical Systems, Accelecare, SurgiQuest, OrthoHelix, Invivodata, PerfectServe, TissueTech and Orthoscan. He currently serves on the boards of Nico, OrthAlign, Bolder Surgical and Catalyst Orthoscience. Carter is also an independent board member of Ischemia Care. Carter holds a BA in Classical Studies from Trinity College (Hartford, CT) where he was awarded the James Goodwin Prize, the oldest academic honor at the college, and received his MBA from Vanderbilt University.
Gregory P. Rainey
Gregory P. Rainey is the founder and principal of CCI Performance Group, an executive consulting firm designed to deliver sustainable business solutions for both leading Fortune 500 healthcare companies and early-stage medical device ventures. Most recently, he served on the Board of Directors for RTI Surgical (RTIX), and currently sits on the Board of CAS Medical (CASM). Mr. Rainey's experience includes 10+ years with Stryker Corporation where he served as Vice President of Sales for the Orthopedic Division. Prior to Stryker, Mr. Rainey held sales leadership positions Joint Medical Corporation and U.S. Surgical Corporation. Mr. Rainey’s career has been in sales management and business development, serving a cross section of the healthcare industry including orthopedics, medical supplies and equipment, and biologics. Mr. Rainey received his undergraduate degree in Biology from Loyola University.
Derace Schaffer, MD
Derace Schaffer, MD is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of the LAN Group, a venture capital firm specializing in healthcare and technology investments. Dr. Schaffer has either founded or co-founded more than 20 companies, both public and private, and he currently sits on the Board of Directors of three public companies in addition to Medical Tracking Solutions. He completed his postgraduate medical training at the Harvard Medical School and at Massachusetts General Hospital where he was Chief Resident. Dr. Schaffer has been a Professor at both the University of Rochester School of Medicine and the Cornell School of Medicine. He is a member of Alpha Omega Alpha, the National Medical Honor Society.