Cerebriu announces that Dr. Amine Korchi MD, a physician and practicing neuroradiologist, has been appointed as Chief Medical Officer of the Company.
Dr. Korchi is an experienced radiologist, an entrepreneur and healthcare innovation specialist with strong business acumen and managerial skills. He brings vast experience in multiple medical imaging sub-specialties and in the HealthTech industry. He was recently recognized as one of top-25 global HealthTech experts by Sifted, a Financial Times backed media dedicated to European innovation, start-ups and entrepreneurship.
As a CMO, Dr. Korchi will focus on implementing Cerebriu’s technology within partner hospitals worldwide and developing innovative solutions for radiologists, hospitals and patients.
“Being appointed Chief Medical Officer at Cerebriu gives me a genuine opportunity to develop and bring truly useful technological solutions to healthcare systems around the world.’’ said Dr. Korchi ‘’I am also excited to join a world-class team of entrepreneurs and technologists, joining forces to improve workflow efficiency and quality of care”.
”We are excited to have Dr. Korchi joining our leadership team as Chief Medical Officer,” said Robert Lauritzen, CEO at Cerebriu. “We believe that his vision and drive will be a great asset to achieve our goals of automating workflows and enabling faster and personalized medical imaging with next generation artificial intelligence-based solutions. We believe that together with Dr. Korchi, we can make it happen.”
Cerebriu, a radiology software company transforming the way radiologists and hospitals operate today by unlocking the power of AI. Cerebriu’s mission is to bring to the clinics the world ́s first automated MRI workflow solution for real-time AI-based brain examinations. With its product Apollo, an MRI brain scanning solution based on artificial intelligence & machine learning (AI/ML), Cerebriu provides disruptive MRI diagnostic automated support tool for the benefits of patients, physicians and society. Cerebriu achieves this by automating image acquisition protocols and triage during MRI brain acquisition as fast as while the patient is still in the MRI machine, providing decision support at key stages of the diagnostic process. Ultimately, this results in improved productivity, prioritizing the right patients at the right time and less stress for clinicians.
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