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Covalent Coating Technologies, LLC

CCT developed revolutionary nanotechnology processes to fuse bio-active ceramic coatings to medical devices that bond with patients’ bodies.

Company Summary

CCT’s is continuing development of its proprietary processes to coat metallic and plastic medical devices with biomedical glasses (ie. Bio-Active Glass). These coatings will revolutionize the implant market by insulating metal and plastic parts and creating a more bio-friendly surface than those of present implant devices. Such materials can be used to promote tissue growth, simulate tissue (bone, tooth, etc.), and/or release medications.


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    Orville Bailey

    Mr. Bailey, Founder & President has been working in the aerospace field for over 20 years. Prior to his current role, he was Director of Manufacturing Quality for Pratt & Whiney overseeing OEM quality operations. Mr. Bailey managed coating operations at Pratt & Whitney, and is a materials scientist (MS) and certified Shainin Red-X Master. Mr. Bailey served as the Business Center Manager – Airfoil Coatings and led the Aluminide and Advanced Co

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    Petre Bajenaru
    Vice President - Operations

    Mr. Bajenaru has over 15 years of quality and operational leadership experience across multiple industries including aerospace, plastics, and financial services. Most recently he was Executive Vice President of Operations at Crowe Paradis, where his leadership and focus on process optimization achieved a 70% increase in EBITA with a 30% revenue growth. Petre is passionate about leveraging value creation opportunities to improve profitability an

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    Gary Fischman
    Vice President / Chief Technology Officer

    Dr. Gary Fischman is a materials scientist with an expansive background in materials for manufacturing including coatings technologies and regulatory science. Dr. Fischman has been a tenured faculty member at the NYS College of Ceramics at Alfred as well as joint faculty in dentistry, bioengineering and orthopaedic surgery at UIC. He has been Director of the Bioceramics Institute (Alfred), the Industry University Center for Biosurfaces (NSF-SU

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    Robert Ratliff

    Dr. Latiff is the principal of RLatiff Associates. He retired as a Major General from the Air Force in 2006 and currently is a Research Professor and Director of the Intelligence and Research Security Center of George Mason University as well as Visiting Scholar at Notre Dame. Previous to his current activities he was the VP and CTO in the Space and Geospatial Intelligence business of Strategic Applications International Corporation (SAIC). H


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