Steven E. Seltzer, MD
Fellow in Health Care Policy, The Academy for Radiology & Biomedical Imaging Research
Chairman Emeritus, Department of Radiology Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Dr. Seltzer’s clinical interests are in the field of abdominal imaging, particularly advanced applications of helical CT. He has been involved in numerous projects aimed at improving the quality, safety, productivity and cost-effectiveness of radiology services for more than two decades, including spending a 3-month sabbatical as a member of Brooking’s Institution’s Health Policy group, working on two contemporary projects related to federal health care reform.
Bram Stolk, PhD, MBA
Vice President and General Manager, GE Healthcare
Christian Eusmann, PhD
Vice President, Collaborations, North America, Siemens Healthcare
Johann Fernando, PhD
Chief Operating Officer, FUJIFILM Medical Systems USA, Inc
Jessica Foley, PhD
Chief Scientific Officer, Focused Ultrasound Foundation
Jessica Foley, PhD is the Chief Scientific Officer for the Focused Ultrasound Foundation, whose mission is to accelerate the development and adoption of focused ultrasound, a breakthrough non-invasive medical technology. Foley oversees the Foundation’s scientific and research programs and activities, and aligns these with communications and development efforts. She also leads alliance-building efforts with external stakeholders including (but not limited to) governmental policymakers, regulatory agencies, and disease-specific foundations whose interests are complementary to those of the Foundation. She is a representative and advocate for the Foundation and the focused ultrasound community among a wide variety of stakeholders.
Vice President Sales – Diagnostic Solutions US & Canada, Nuance Communications
Q. Y. Ma, PhD
Chief Operating Officer, TIME MEDICAL Systems, Inc.
Professor Ma is the founder of Time Medical Systems Inc., an innovative medical imaging company based on new super-conducting RF technology that improves MRI performance and overall efficiency, as well as dedicated MR systems for new niche markets. The company goal is to expand access to state-of-the-art MRI Diagnostics to patients in emerging and under-served markets.
Richard Mather, PhD
President, Canon Medical Research, USA Inc.
Rich Mather leads a team dedicated to clinical collaborations, research trials, and clinical applications development at the Toshiba Medical Research, USA.
Vice President of Product Management, Terarecon
He is responsible for setting the vision and roadmap for TeraRecon and leading the teams to deliver world class Medical IT solutions.
Elizabeth Mirowski, PhD
VP of Imaging Standards Division, QaliberMD
Homer Pien, PhD, MBA
Senior VP and Chief Technology Officer, Philips Healthcare
Rebecca Rakow-Penner, MD, PhD
Chair, Council of Early Career Investigators in Imaging
Dr. Rakow-Penner’s research interests include diffusion imaging in the breast and prostate
Sue Peschin, MHS
President, CEO at the Alliance for Aging Research
Lenny J. Reznik
Vice President, Marketing, Enterprise Imaging and Information, Agfa HealthCare
Lenny Reznik is responsible for Agfa HealthCare’s radiology and enterprise imaging and information systems including Radiology Information Systems (RIS), Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS) and Enterprise Medical Imaging Repository and Visualization solutions.
Jadranka Stojanovska, MD, MS
Co-Chair Council of Early Career Investigators in Imaging
Dr. Stojanovska is an Assistant Professor of radiology at the University of Michigan on instructional tract. She currently serves as a Director of Cardiovascular MR program. As a physician-scientist her interest in translational research emerged as a post-doctoral research fellow, at the Center for Molecular Imaging at the University of Michigan and her interest in cardiovascular imaging emerged as a cardiothoracic radiology fellow and faculty at the University of Michigan. Her clinical interests include cardiovascular imaging with special focus on cardiac Magnetic resonance and patients outcome. Her research proposal centers on imaging of epicardial adipose tissue to characterize lipid content, inflammation, and fibrosis and correlate this information with metabolomics and histologic samples from patients obtained at the time of their open-heart surgery. The goal is to understand the epicardial adipose tissue biology by integrated approaches of imaging, molecular, genetic, and metabolite profiling for improved risk phenotyping of cardiometabolic health in obesity and design improved management approaches of patients with cardiometabolic disease such as obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease.
President & CEO, Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas, Inc.
Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas is committed to being the industry leader in medical diagnostic Primary Imaging Solutions focused on Digital Radiography, Ultrasound and Healthcare IT.