Chief Executive Officer
Daniel J. Mollura, MD
Founder, President, and Chief Executive Officer
As a graduate of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (MD, 2003), Columbia University Post-Baccalaureate Premedical Sciences (1998), and Cornell University (BA Government, 1994), with post-graduate radiology training at Johns Hopkins Hospital, and his prior role as a financial analyst in the Investment Research Department of Goldman Sachs (1994-1996), Dr. Mollura integrates a unique set of medical and business leadership experiences to lead RAD-AID International.
Dr. Mollura began his career as a Cornell undergraduate in government and international relations to produce research in international trade and economics through his work for the US Department of Commerce International Trade Administration and private consulting. He joined Goldman Sachs in 1994 where he helped to build among the first financial investment models projecting the cable and telecommunications industry’s entry into broadband modems and internet based applications, and he wrote over 40 investment publications covering cable and broadcasting media. Leveraging this expertise in the media industry and a passion for entrepreneurship, Dr. Mollura became the President and Co-Founder of a successful and growing audio education company.
After his time at Goldman, Dr. Mollura focused his career direction on becoming a physician with a personal commitment to public service. In the Post-Baccalaureate Premedical Program at Columbia, Dr. Mollura performed two years of cancer research at Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons, including prostate and lymphoma cell studies and investigations of tumor imaging with sodium MRI. Dr. Mollura received his MD from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine where he also performed research in medical web application development and stem cell biology. He completed his one-year internal medicine internship on the William Osler Service at Johns Hopkins Hospital, followed by his 4 year residency in radiology at Johns Hopkins Hospital. He then completed a one-year subspecialty fellowship in Nuclear Medicine and PET/CT Molecular Imaging at Johns Hopkins. He was certified by the American Board of Radiology in 2008 and the American Board of Nuclear Medicine in 2010, and is licensed to practice medicine in the state of Maryland.
As a resident at Johns Hopkins, Dr. Mollura worked to integrate radiology and public health in conjunction with the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (JHU/APL), linking radiology data into public health data bases for the detection of infectious outbreaks. He continued his work in health economics by serving on the Managed Care Economics Committee of the American College of Radiology (ACR) and received the Siemens Award for Excellence in Practice-Based Research for his work on the economics of PET/CT in the treatment of lymphoma. Dr. Mollura serves on the ACR Foundation International Outreach Committee for furthering radiology's service to developing nations. Dr. Mollura's work in founding RAD-AID was featured in the Johns Hopkins Dome Magazine (read article).