Ned Nidal Odeh

President, Cyclomedical Middle East

As a biomedical engineer from the University of Chicago, with a Master’s degree in Healthcare Administration, Ned understands both technical and practical healthcare system needs, internationally. 

A sales executive with over 27 years of direct sales and sale management experience with PET cyclotrons and scanners for Siemens Medical Systems, and a known advocate and market developer of Molecular Imaging, Ned has been involved in PET technology from the prototype stage to the present. 

  • Contributed heavily to Siemens entry into PET in the late 1980s
  • Supported the majority of PET scanners that were sold by Siemens in the USA until 1995 
  • Sold, supported, and managed the sale of virtually every cyclotron that Siemens and CTI sold over the years dating back to 1989
  • Sold all of CTI’s PET and PET/CT scanners in Asia
  • Established CTIMI Korea and was instrumental in developing the cyclotron distribution network and the fee per scan program
  • Grew and maintained the global market leadership of the Siemens cyclotron business
  • Developed off-site customer training programs at Vanderbilt University and Oklahoma Midwest Isotopes
  • Organized Cyclotron Users meetings
  • Contributed over the years to the development and the introduction of Siemens cyclotrons and radiochemistry

Ned conducted the first PET symposium ever in the Middle East, in Jordan, 1991, and organized and co-chaired the first regional PET symposium in the region, with some 40 attendees from 10 regional countries, in Dubai, 1998.