CycloMedical Applications Group, LLC
announces formation of a Knoxville, TN
based Company to provide Cyclotron
Consultation and Contract Management
Contact: James F. Lamb, Ph.D.
2002 June 10—CycloMedical Applications Group announces formation of an organization of experienced radiopharmaceutical executives to serve owners and operators of medical cyclotrons, especially facilities dedicated to the production of positron emitting radioisotopes such as F-18. It will also work with automated synthesis facilities producing and distributing F-18 FDG—the most widely used positron-emitting radiopharmaceutical in PET scanning.
The consulting services offered by the Company will range from short-term consultation to longer-term retainer arrangements and will cover assistance with regulatory agencies as well as cyclotron operation and FDG production problems.
Contract Management services range from full responsibility for a cyclotron/FDG production facility to a monitoring posture in support of an in-place management team.
Dr. James Lamb, President of the new company said, "We’re excited about bringing experienced, talented people together to provide the PET Radiopharmaceutical community with the technological resources it needs to support the rapid growth of the PET scanning modality".
Founders of the new company include:
James Lamb, President—Co-founder of GammaPlus, LLC. A pioneer in the development of the production process for F-18 FDG. Former Manager of R & D with P.E.T.Net Pharmaceutical Services and most recently General Manager of FDG production and distribution at three cyclotron facilities. Operational Base—Knoxville, TN—Tel. # 865-670-9021.
Will Lepeska, Vice President of Business Development—A pioneer in the marketing and financing of nuclear medicine technology. Founder and President of Hospital Financial Corporation, a firm that originated the leasing of nuclear medicine equipment. Founder of PET Radiopharma, a company specializing in the formation and financing of locally owned and controlled medical cyclotron facilities. Operational Base—Twin Lakes, WI—Tel. # 262-877-2950.
David Drummond, Vice President of International Marketing. President and Founder of isoSolutions, Inc. a business services and consulting company serving the nuclear medicine and radiopharmaceutical markets. More than 20 years of experience in the nuclear medicine industry. Former General Manager for MDS Nordion's European Radiopharmaceutical Business. Operational Base—Ottawa, ON Canada—Tel. # 613-569-0190.
Additionally the Company has arrangements with a number of affiliates and associates that will supplement the internal staff. The Company and its associates have experience working with GE, Ebco and CTI cyclotron facilities.
For more information, see the Company’s web site at www.cyclomedical.com.