Bioclinica Appoints Dan Gebow, PhD, as Chief Innovation Officer to Lead New Strategic Effort
In the New Role, Dr. Gebow Will Advance Software Development and Data Analytics Innovation Across Medical Imaging and Clinical Adjudication
Bioclinica, an integrated solutions provider of clinical life science and technology expertise, delivering powerful insight into clinical trial development in bringing new therapies to people worldwide announced the promotion of Dan Gebow, PhD, to a new role as Chief Innovation Officer. Through this new role, Dr. Gebow and his team will accelerate software development and data analytics across all aspects of medical imaging and clinical adjudication to enhance data collection and analysis efficiency.
Dr. Gebow, who has more than 18 years of experience in clinical research informatics and 28 years in biomedical research, will bring unparalleled leadership to this new strategic effort. He will lead digital transformation initiatives to drive technological change across the medical imaging business as well as accelerate the investment and productization of new tools for critical insights.
“At Bioclinica, we believe in leveraging transformative technologies to support best-in-class operations for our customers,” said Euan Menzies, Chairman and CEO. “Dan brings the acumen, experience, and leadership, as a forward-leaning technologist who knows how to identify new trends and to operationalize innovation.”
With the creation of this new role in the organization, Dr. Gebow will utilize artificial intelligence to capture and analyze imaging endpoints to deliver the highest quality of data during the clinical development process. His new position builds on his previous success leading Bioclinica initiatives in medical imaging, including clinical adjudication, imaging engineering and transfer, as well as data analytics.
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“I am honored to be appointed to this new role which will drive focused innovation throughout the organization,” said Dr. Gebow, “Our team is dedicated to improving the clinical development process, building new capabilities and products for tomorrow, and to tapping technology to create life-improving therapies.”
Dr. Gebow joined Bioclinica in 2017 following the acquisition of his software company MDDX Research and Informatics, now known as the backbone of SMART Submit. During his career, Dr. Gebow has brought over ten digital health tools from ideation to commercialization. In addition to numerous patent filings, he has authored several scientific publications, covering a range of topics including medical imaging and cancer genetics. He earned his Doctorate from Harvard University, with course work completed at Harvard Medical School, Harvard School of Public Health, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).