Radiology Imaging, Diagnostic Imaging, Medical Imaging News, Education, Resources

Health Imaging Hub - YouTube Health Imaging Hub - YouTube Health Imaging Hub - Facebook Health Imaging Hub - Linkedin Health Imaging Hub - RSS Feed

Deprecated: Function ereg() is deprecated in /home/hihadmin/public_html/plugins/content/extranews.php on line 142

Dr. Donald Rosen to Serve as the CEO of ACR Image Metrix

E-mail Print PDF
Share

Digital radiography news The American College of Radiology (ACR) has recently selected Donald P. Rosen, MD, to serve as chief executive officer of ACR Image Metrix™. Dr. Rosen is a well known expert in medical imaging, and Image Metrix is a major imaging contract research organization (CRO) a subsidiary of the ACR that generates profit.

Dr. Rosen’s experience extends over 30 years in medical imaging, along with contract research and business development. In 1998, he took part in the establishment of RadPharm, Inc., which was among the first imaging CRO centers. Dr. Rosen was a Co-CEO, board member and Chief Strategy Officer at RadPharm till 2008. In addition, Dr. Rosen took positions in several organizations, including the Board of Albert Einstein Healthcare Network in Philadelphia, PA, the American Cancer Society and the Breast Cancer Resource Center in Princeton, NJ.

After being selected as the new ACR Image Metrix CEO, Dr. Rosen said “I look forward to building on the outstanding work already performed at Image Metrix. We support our imaging science, oncology, medical device and bio-pharmaceutical stakeholders missions to move medicine forward by bringing lifesaving and life-enhancing advances to patients in a more timely and efficient manner. We provide accurate, timely and consistent imaging data for our sponsor’s clinical trials in an expedient, cost effective and quality environment,”

The responsibilities of Dr. Rosen in his new position include handling the strategic, tactical and financial operations of ACR Image Metrix. The latter provides a wide range of imaging CRO services, such as study design, image transport and image archiving.


Share