Purpose Built Imaging Informatics
At Radiologics, we focus on improving the efficiency and utility of imaging in clinical research. Clinical research is increasingly dependent on medical imaging. Indeed, over 8000 ongoing trials depend on one or more forms of imaging data – MRI, PET, CT, X-Ray, and an array of other modalities. Our software was built from the ground up to support imaging in these studies. We don’t cobble research workflows onto patient imaging “PACS” systems. We don’t add imaging as an afterthought to clinical forms “eCRF” systems. We do imaging informatics for clinical research.
Dan Marcus, PhD: Founder, President
Dr. Marcus is Associate Professor of Radiology at Washington University, Director of the Neuroinformatics Research Group, and Founder and President of Radiologics. He is a recognized leader in the development and operation of imaging informatics solutions, authoring dozens of papers and serving on many industry and academic advisory boards. He received his PhD in Neuroscience and Bachelors in Biology and English Literature, both at Washington University.
Tim joined Radiologics as a partner and CTO at its founding. He leads the software development and technical services programs, including as the chief architect of XNAT CR. Prior to joining Radiologics, Tim was the lead developer of XNAT at Washington University. In this role, he designed and implemented many of the features that are still at XNAT’s core. Tim has authored many imaging informatics papers and is a leading voice in the imaging informatics community.
Mohana has been developing scientific software applications for over 20 years. She was one of the founding developers of the XNAT system and played a lead role in the development of its pipeline services. She will lead the development of custom modules and lab notebook integration.
Kate leads the integration of cloud-based data processing and storage with the XNAT platform. Prior to joining Radiologics, she was a Senior Software Engineer at Northwestern University, developing processing algorithms for neuroimaging research and deploying them at scale. Kate graduated summa cum laude from Dartmouth College and received her MS in Computer Science from Georgia Tech. When not in front of her computer, she's likely skiing, biking, climbing, or running in the Rocky Mountains.
James leads the implementation of high performance data transfer modules, ergonomic user interface components, and various computationally intensive image processing pipelines for structural and functional neuroimaging. Prior to joining Radiologics, Mr. Dickson was a lead neuroinformatics software developer at Avid Radiopharmaceuticals, the Department of Neuropsychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania, and the Department of Neuroscience at Washington University. He graduated with distinction from London University with a MSc in Information Technology and Glasgow University with a BSc (Hons) in Physics.
Analyst, Quality Assurance
Tyler develops and executes both manual and automated test scripts at Radiologics. He works closely with the Quality Assurance team to create test plans that assess the functionality and reliability of Radiologics’ projects, applications, and features. Tyler was an avionics technician in the Marine Corps, then attended Illinois State University prior to joining the Radiologics QA team in 2016.
Brian leads the Radiologics Cloud infrastructure team and oversees information technologies companywide. He has worked with high performance computing system for over 20 years, specializing in devops and architecting large scale distributed data pipelines. Prior to joining Radiologics, Brian worked at Merck Research Labs where he designed and implemented a Top 100 HPC system.
James began work as an XNAT developer in 2011 as a member of the CNDA team at Washington University in St. Louis. He then went on to develop XNAT customizations at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN. James began contracting for Radiologics in 2017 and became a full time member of our development team in the Spring of 2019.
Director, Client Operations
Angela works closely with our customers to ensure the smooth operation of customer projects and regulatory compliance. She has over 14 years of experience in Imaging Research and Neuroinformatics. She graduated from the University of Tampa with a Bachelors of Science and spent the start of her career in academic research of Alzheimer's Disease. Angela was the lead Imaging and Neuroinformatics Project Manager for the Dominantly Inherited Alzehimer's Network and the Dominantly Inherited Alzheimer's Network Trials Unit for many years. She also led imaging and data management staff at DIAN and continues to manage those projects for Radiologics, Inc.