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Dr. Ronald Nutt

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Chairman

Phone: (865) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: r***@***.com
Local Address: Knoxville, Tennessee, United States
ABT Molecular Imaging Inc
3024 Topside Business Park
Louisville, Tennessee 37777
United States

Company Description: ABT Molecular Imaging, Inc. was founded by Ron and Lynda Nutt in 2006 and is located in Knoxville, Tennessee where clinical PET was developed beginning in the early...   more
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • bachelor of science , electrical engineering
  • doctor of philosophy degree , electrical engineering
    University of Tennessee at Knoxville
  • Ph.D.
  • master of science , electrical engineering
    University of Tennessee at Knoxville
  • master of science Degree , electrical engineering
    University of Tennessee at Knoxville
  • bachelor of science Degree , electrical engineering
    University of Tennessee at Knoxville
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Web References
The Board at ABT Molecular Imaging, Inc.
www.advancedbiomarker.com, 22 Jan 2014 [cached]
Dr. Ronald Nutt, Chairman
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Dr. Ronald Nutt Prior to founding ABT in 2006, Dr. Nutt co-founded CTI Molecular Imaging, Inc. in 1983. He was Vice President of Research and Development from 1983 through 1998 when he became the President of CTI PET Systems, a joint venture between Siemens and CTI. In 2002 he became the President and Chief Executive Officer of CTI Molecular Imaging, Inc. a NASDAQ public company. Dr. Nutt led the negotiations resulting in the sale of CTI to Siemens in 2005. As Vice President of R&D, Dr. Nutt had more than 30 patents in the field of molecular imaging, authored and co-authored a large number of technical publications and has presented invited talks at numerous conferences.
Prior to founding CTI Molecular Imaging, Dr. Nutt was the co-founder of several other companies including Technology for Energy Corporation, Radio Systems Corporation and Delta M Corporation. Dr. Nutt was the Vice President of EG&G ORTEC during the time frame of 1969 through 1979 where he was responsible for developing many innovations in the field of nuclear physics instrumentation. Prior to ORTEC he was a researcher at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory and taught Electrical Engineering at the University of Tennessee. Dr. Nutt holds a BS, MS and PhD from the University of Tennessee and was awarded in 1997 the Dean Daugherty award for his outstanding achievements, the highest Engineering Alumni honors. Dr. Nutt is a Fellow of the IEEE and was named by the organization the Outstanding Engineering for the Eastern part of the US in 1999 for his contributions to molecular imaging. He was also awarded the Distinguished Scientist of the Year by the Academy of Molecular Imaging in year 1999. In year 2000 the PET/CT invention which Dr. Nutt co-authored was named "Medical Invention of the Year" by Time magazine. He was awarded the Honorary Doctor of Medicine by the University of Essen in Germany in 2008.
Dr. Ronald Nutt, Chairman & ...
www.advancedbiomarker.com, 30 Sept 2010 [cached]
Dr. Ronald Nutt, Chairman & Former CEO CTI Molecular Imaging,Inc Presently Dr. Nutt is the Chief Executive Officer of Advanced Biomarker Technologies a company in Knoxville Tennessee dedicated to developing molecular imaging biomarkers. Prior to this in 1983 he co-founded and was a member of the Board of Directors of CTI Molecular Imaging. He was Vice President of Research and Development from 1983 through 1998 when he became the President of CTI PET Systems, a joint venture between Siemens and CTI. In 2002 he became the President and Chief Executive Officer of CTI Molecular Imaging, Inc. a NASDAQ public company. Dr. Nutt led the negotiations with Siemens during the sale of the company in 2005 and then assisted Siemens in the integration of CTI into Siemens through May of 2006. As Vice President of R&D, Dr Nutt had more than 30 patents in the field of molecular imaging, authored and co-authored a large number of technical publications and has presented invited talks at numerous conferences.
Prior to founding CTI Molecular Imaging, Dr. Nutt was the co-founder of several other companies including Technology for Energy Corporation, Radio Systems Corporation and Delta M Corporation. Dr. Nutt was the Vice President of EG&G ORTEC during the time frame of 1969 through 1979 where he was responsible for developing many innovations in the field of nuclear physics instrumentation. Prior to ORTEC he was a researcher at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory and taught Electrical Engineering at the University of Tennessee.
Dr Nutt holds a BS, MS and PhD from the University of Tennessee and was awarded in 1997the Dean Daugherty award for his outstanding achievements, the highest Engineering Alumni honors. Dr Nutt is a Fellow of the IEEE and was named by the organization the Outstanding Engineering for the Eastern part of the US in 1999 for his contributions to molecular imaging. He was also awarded the Distinguished Scientist of the Year by the Academy of Molecular Imaging in year 1999. In year 2000 the PET/CT invention which Dr. Nutt co-authored was named Medical Invention of the Year by Time magazine. He was awarded the Honorary Doctor of Medicine by the University of Essen in Germany in 2008.
Ronald Nutt, Ph.D. ...
www.sec.gov, 5 Mar 2004 [cached]
Ronald Nutt, Ph.D.
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Ronald Nutt, Ph.D., 65.Dr. Nutt is one of our founders and has served on our Board of Directors since 1983.He has been our President and Chief Executive Officer since October 2003; before assuming these posts, he was the President of CTI PET Systems, now CPS Innovations, from September 2001 to October 2003, and was the Senior Vice President and Technical Director of CTI from its founding in 1983 until September 2001.Dr. Nutt has more than 30 years' experience in various aspects of research and development, having been a pioneer in the development of nuclear instruments at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory and EG,G.He holds several patents and has authored numerous publications regarding nuclear electronics and PET.Dr. Nutt is a member of the Board of Directors of CPS Innovations and the Institute of Molecular Technology of the Academy of Molecular Imaging.He is a fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers and received the Nathan Daugherty Award, the University of Tennessee's highest award in engineering, in 1997.In addition, Dr. Nutt was recognized as the Outstanding Engineer in the southeastern U.S. in 1996 and received the Distinguished Scientist Award from the Academy of Molecular Imaging in 2000.Dr. Nutt holds a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering, a Master of Science degree in electrical engineering, and a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville.
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Ronald Nutt, Ph.D., 65, Chief Executive Officer and President.A biography of Dr. Nutt is set forth above under the heading "Election of Directors."
Team - RefleXion Medical
www.reflexionmedical.com, 2 Aug 2013 [cached]
n 1995, Dr. Townsend was Principal Investigator on the first proposal to design and build a combined PET/CT scanner. The PET/CT scanner, attributed to Dr. Townsend and Dr. Ron Nutt, then President of CPS Innovations, was named by TIME Magazine as the medical invention of the year 2000.
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In recognition of his work on PET/CT, Dr. Townsend received the 2004 Distinguished Clinical Scientist Award from the Academy of Molecular Imaging, the 2008 Nuclear Medicine Pioneer Award from the Austrian Society of Nuclear Medicine and shares, with Dr. Nutt, the 2010 IEEE Medal for Innovations in Healthcare Technology.
About ABT Molecular Imaging, Inc.
www.advancedbiomarker.com, 22 Jan 2014 [cached]
ABT Molecular Imaging, Inc. was founded by Ron and Lynda Nutt in 2006 and is located in Knoxville, Tennessee where clinical PET was developed beginning in the early 1980's.
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Dr. Ronald Nutt, Chairman of the Board, and Mrs. Lynda Nutt began ABT with the vision of expanding the utilization of PET throughout the world.
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