Mars Bioimaging taps CT expert as VP of clinical engineering

By staff writers

November 24, 2021 -- Mars Bioimaging has tapped CT engineer Robert Senzig as its new vice president (VP) of clinical engineering.

Senzig comes to Mars Bioimaging from GE Healthcare, where he served as CT system engineering manager from 1982 until his retirement in 2018. He helped develop the first solid state detector CT, slipring CT, and multislice CT, as well as kV switching for dual-energy CT, Mars Bioimaging said. Senzig holds 50 patents.

Mars Bioimaging developed the first commercial preclinical spectral photon-counting CT scanner and a specialist compact point-of-care wrist and hand scanner, according to the firm. It aims to secure U.S. Food and Drug Administration clearance for the wrist scanner by mid-2022.

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