Dr. A Seth Greenwald, DPhil (Oxon) is a nationally recognized bio-academician, thought leader and educator with more than 35 years of experience as a productive researcher, and is well-published in areas of joint biomechanics and artificial implants. Currently, he serves as director of Orthopaedic Research Laboratories (ORL), a medical research and education firm dedicated to improving patient outcomes through providing bench-top performance data and design optimization for orthopaedic implant systems.

Prior to joining ORL, Dr. Greenwald served as director of orthopaedic research and education at the Cleveland Clinic Health System, and as director of orthopaedic research at Mt. Sinai Medical Center. He has received numerous prestigious honors and awards, most notably the Kappa Delta for recognition of outstanding orthopaedic basic science research, and is a National Science Foundation Science Faculty Fellow.

Dr. Greenwald received his BS in physics and engineering from Mount Allison University, his MS in engineering mechanics from Columbia University, SM in aeronautics and astronautics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a doctorate in orthopaedic and engineering sciences from Oxford University.