Dale Gerus

Operational Director, RAD-AID Informatics

Dale earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. After some years in the software and technology field he returned to school and currently holds ARRT licenses in both radiography and radiation therapy. He was a PACS and implementation manager for a large teleradiology practice before joining the RAD-AID Leadership team. As Operation Director, Informatics, Dale works with the rest of the informatics leadership team to effectively utilize resources both human and technological. He is currently directly involved in projects in Ghana and Viet Nam, and is also involved in Guatemala, Nicaragua, Nepal, Cape Verde, and Ethiopia projects. He lives with his wife, Pam, in Akron, Ohio.

Alan Schweitzer

Technical Director, RAD-AID Informatics

Alan Schweitzer is chief technology officer at Mass General Imaging Business Development. He obtained a bachelor’s degree in engineering physics and his masters in electrical and electronics engineering from Cornell University. He has extensive global health informatics experience, worked with RAD-AID during eFilm installations in Nepal, and is currently directly involved in projects in Nepal and at Black Lion Hospital in Ethiopia.

Andrew Kesselman, MD

Medical Director, RAD-AID Informatics

Dr. Andrew Kesselman is the Chief Resident in Diagnostic Radiology at SUNY Downstate in Brooklyn, NY, and will be a Fellow in Vascular and Interventional Radiology at Stanford University in 2016. Dr. Kesselman established the SUNY Downstate RAD-AID Chapter, initiated RAD-AID project development in the Philippines, and presented at the 2014 RAD-AID Conference. He also initiated a collaborative program on global health radiology educational case postings in multiple social media outlets.

As Director of RAD-AID Informatics, Dr. Kesselman is leading RAD-AID’s design and implementation of radiology information technologies in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). RAD-AID’s aim is to introduce and strengthen the use of radiology informatics in medically underserved regions of the world, such as Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS) and Radiology Information System (RIS) technologies to bridge digital clinical images, radiology reports, and patient data. If you would like to be involved in RAD-AID Informatics, please contact Dr. Kesselman at [email protected]