BTT Health – Committed to Science
BTT Health GmbH is a research and development company, specializing in safe intervention for illness, disease and injury. BTT Health is the manufacturer of the ‘Marodyne LiV’ – Low-intensity vibration therapy platform as well as the ultrasound bone growth stimulator ‘bone4ce’.
Qualified Leadership Team
Headquartered in Inning am Ammersee close to famous Munich/Bavaria in Germany, BTT Health’s medical leadership team includes experts in the fields of biophysical stimulation, chronic disease and injury, and medical device research, development, and manufacturing.
Acknowledged Scientific Expertise
BTT Health is known in the U.S. and worldwide as a provider of a safe, low-intensity vibration that is backed and supported by a Scientific Advisory Board that includes leading experts in the fields of biomedical engineering, orthopedics, osteoporosis, diabetes, metabolic disorders, obesity, trauma and reconstruction, rehabilitative medicine and stem cell biology.
BTT Health’s executive and scientific leadership team has a proven track record to building a successful customer orientated relationship and developing and manufacturing novel medical devices for the professional and consumer.
BTT Health’s team of scientists, researchers, developers, and manufacturers of medical devices is led by Chief Scientific Officer Dr. Clinton Rubin Ph.D. Dr. Rubin, brings over 35 years of biomedical research, medical device design, and industry experience to ensure BTT Health’s product pipeline is based on the most current and accurate science findings. Currently, Rubin is also SUNY Distinguished Professor and Chair of the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the State University of New York at Stony Brook, and Director of the NYSTAR Center for Advanced Technology in Medical Biotechnology.
Read more in the new scientific report from June 10, 2020 in Nature Research Journal:
Low Intensity Vibrations Augment Mesenchymal Stem Cell Proliferation and Differentiation Capacity during in vitro Expansion
Bas, G., Loisate, S., Hudon, S.F. et al.