Leuven, Belgium / Chicago, IL, USA, February 4th, 2019 – icometrix, the world leader in software solutions to extract clinically meaningful data from brain scans using Artificial Intelligence, is proud to announce that Marc Lamont has joined on January 7, 2019, as Chief Commercial Officer.
Marc will have the accountability to build the commercial strategy and bring a team in place to accelerate the icometrix growth with the existing and fast-growing range of software solution using Artificial Intelligence.
Having served in international and global management and executive roles in three Fortune 500 companies, as well as start-up and scale-up companies, Marc Lamont joins icometrix, bringing over 40 years of experience in the medical and radiology business.
Marc Lamont earned a master’s degree in medical and pharmaceutical sciences at the University of Ghent, Belgium, a degree in Economics and a master’s degree in business administration at the Flanders Business School, Antwerp, Belgium, a program in cooperation with the J. L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University, Chicago.
In addition, his passion to improve the success of businesses, and in particular scale-up companies, brought him to write the book ‘The Power of Attitude-Capital’, which is based on a long career of observing and implementing key principles to grow business.
“I’m tremendously excited to join the icometrix team,” said Marc. “This company is shaping the future of radiology resulting in better healthcare, adding an additional dimension to the importance of the role of radiologists and neurologists and improving quality of life for specific patient categories like multiple sclerosis, dementia, and traumatic brain injury. ”
“At icometrix, we are thrilled that Marc joins us as CCO,” says Wim Van Hecke, CEO of icometrix. “His expertise and large network will certainly contribute to our strong growth path. There is a huge interest in our icobrain MRI and CT measures worldwide, and Marc is the right person to lead the expansion of icometrix to serve more centers and help more patients.”Back to news