PHILADELPHIA, March 20, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The American College of Radiology (ACR) has named medical imaging contract-research pioneer and distinguished physician, Donald P. Rosen, MD, chief executive officer of ACR Image Metrix™. Image Metrix is a leading imaging contract research organization (CRO) and for-profit subsidiary of the ACR.
Rosen has more than 30 years of experience in radiology, including contract research and business development. He co-founded RadPharm, Inc., one of the first imaging CROs, in 1998 and served as its Co-CEO, board member and Chief Strategy Officer until 2008. Rosen has served on the Board of Albert Einstein Healthcare Network in Philadelphia, PA, the American Cancer Society and the Breast Cancer Resource Center in Princeton, NJ.
"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," said Rosen.
Rosen is responsible for the strategic, tactical and financial operations of ACR Image Metrix, which offers a complete menu of imaging CRO services, from study design, image transport and image archiving, to image interpretation and quantification. ACR Image Metrix provides the most complete suite of imaging services for early phase clinical trials. ACR Image Metrix experience with cutting edge and molecular imaging trials is unsurpassed. It provides imaging services for clinical trials from Phase I through Phase IV.
Rosen has lectured at numerous pharmaceutical and oncology scientific meetings on the use of diagnostic imaging in clinical trials. He practiced as a diagnostic radiologist in Princeton, NJ, from 1990-2011.
To learn more about ACR Image Metrix, visit www.acr-imagemetrix.net or call (888) 817-0817.
|SOURCE American College of Radiology|
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