Ross named CEO at CT firm Imatron

February 1, 1999

Ross named CEO at CT firm ImatronIt didn't take long for Terry Ross, former president and CEO of PACS firm Cemax-Icon, to find a new job. Ross, who left the Fremont, CA-based firm following the close of its acquisition by Eastman Kodak in

Ross named CEO at CT firm Imatron

It didn't take long for Terry Ross, former president and CEO of PACS firm Cemax-Icon, to find a new job. Ross, who left the Fremont, CA-based firm following the close of its acquisition by Eastman Kodak in December, has been named president of ultrafast CT developer Imatron of South San Francisco, CA. He has served as an Imatron board member for 12 years.

Ross is the second Cemax-Icon executive to leave the company in recent months. Former vice president of sales and marketing Oran Muduroglu left in 1998 to head up Stentor, a San Francisco startup formed to commercialize dynamic transfer syntax (DTS), a protocol for low-cost, enterprise-wide image distribution developed by a University of Pittsburgh PACS research team. (PNN 1/99).