Who We Are

NaviNetics is a medical device and technology company founded by researchers, engineers and neurosurgeons from the Neural Engineering Laboratories of the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN.

NaviNetics Leadership Team

NaviNetics originated through the Mayo Clinic Employee Entrepreneurial Program.  This program allows Mayo Clinic researchers and developers to license their technology to NaviNetics for continued development and commercialization. Resulting from this unique company origination, NaviNetics maintains an in-house working contractual relationship with the Mayo Clinic’s Neural Engineering laboratories and Division of Engineering.  This collaborative development allows use of Mayo Clinic research laboratories, engineering and machine shop facilities, MRI Scanner, CT Scanner, human anatomy lab, animal surgical facilities and human operating rooms.  The original researchers and developers continue to share their expertise as NaviNetics leadership.

Our History and Leadership in Action

Basic science, engineering and neurosurgery knowledge originating from the Mayo Clinic are the foundation of our company.  Our founders have used their experience in stereotactic and functional neurosurgery and engineering to improve the patient experience, advance research and tackle unique and emerging clinical shortcomings for years. This unwavering passion for innovation remains at the core of what we do at NaviNetics.

NaviNetics strives to make medical devices that change people’s lives. We do this by listening to the patient and physician and translate these conversations into safe, effective and high-quality device offerings. A commitment to quality and simplicity is at the forefront of everything we do.

Our Mission and Goals:

  • To translate our passion for patient care and knowledge of current surgical limitations into the design and develop cutting edge medical technologies.
  • To foster a team of experts in an environment of excellence to advance our technology to reshape the future of stereotactic and functional neurosurgery.
  • To ultimately improve the experience for the surgical team and outcomes for the patient.