Our Company

Dr. Jack Juni

Jack Juni, MD FACNP; Founder & Chief Technology Officer

An internationally recognized nuclear physician and successful inventor, Dr. Juni received his medical degree from the University of Michigan Medical School. He served an internship and Internal Medicine residency at Georgetown University, and a fellowship in Nuclear Medicine at the University of Michigan, where he was selected to serve as Chief Fellow. He is certified by the American Board of Nuclear Medicine, has been named a Fellow of the American College of Nuclear Physicians, and is listed in 'The Best Doctors in America'. Dr. Juni served as the Director of Nuclear Cardiology and as Co-director of Clinical Imaging at the University of Michigan, and as the Director of Nuclear Cardiology and Director of Positron Diagnostic Center at William Beaumont Hospital (one of the busiest Cardiology hospitals in the United States), prior to founding CardiArc. He has served as the President of the Michigan College of Nuclear Medicine, the Board of Governors of the Society of Nuclear Medicine, and as President of the Brain Imaging Council. Dr. Juni has been Principal Investigator or Co-Investigator on grants totaling over $2.75M, from sources including Bracco Diagnostics, Siemens, the National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Cancer Institute, and the University of Michigan Cancer Center. Dr. Juni has authored over 300 publications and scientific presentations, including chapters in six textbooks, and has received over twenty 'best paper' awards. He is a director of the Academic Imaging Institute, and serves as an advisor to MedImage, Inc. He is the founder of Invention Technologies, which has licensed products to Mayo Clinic, and he has served as an advisor to GE Medical Systems, Siemens, Dupont/BMS, and Amersham.

Mr. David Dickinson

David F. Dickinson, JD; General Counsel

Mr. Dickinson received his undergraduate degree from Michigan State University, and his law degree from Wayne State University. Formerly a named partner in several prominent Midwestern law firms, Mr. Dickinson has over thirty years of experience in corporate as well as healthcare law, and has represented or defeated numerous large corporations, including Chrysler, General Motors, OmniCare, Fireman's Fund, Michigan Mutual, Frankenmuth Mutual, and Blue Cross/Blue Shield. Mr. Dickinson also has served on the Board of Directors of the Roeper School.

Mr. Terry Garner

Terrance M. Garner; VP, Sales and Marketing

Terry Garner comes to CardiArc after sixteen years in Medical Affairs at Bristol-Myers Squibb Medical Imaging, serving most recently as Associate Director of Field Operations. In his roles he was responsible for providing personal service and developing expert teams for clinical, technical, education and research support for Nuclear Cardiology customers in the US, Asia, Australia, the Middle East, Europe and Canada. His experience led to collaborating with sales, marketing, regulatory, legal and medical to develop, produce and present a broad spectrum of educational modules focused on quality imaging for health care providers in Nuclear Cardiology. Mr. Garner also has over thirteen years experience as a Nuclear Medicine Technologist in the Nuclear Cardiology Laboratory at Sinai-Samaritan Medical Center in Milwaukee, WI, where he was responsible for managing the internationally recognized department, along with beta testing of imaging equipment, clinical imaging, and research imaging. Mr. Garner obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Bionucleonics from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, and an Associate Degree in Nuclear Medicine Technology from the Lexington Technical Institute of the University of Kentucky.
Ms. Lisa Hazen
Lisa M. Hazen, CNMT, FSNMTS; Applications Manager

Ms. Hazen received a Bachelor of Nuclear Medicine degree from Ferris State University in 1991 and spent the first part of her career hands-on with patients in the hospital setting. After nine years of hospital imaging, Ms. Hazen applied her knowledge of nuclear medicine to the corporate arena, working as an applications specialist for several well-respected nuclear medicine companies. She is an active member of the American Society of Nuclear Cardiology and the Society of Nuclear Medicine, and has served on various committees within the SNMTS. She received Fellowship status within the Society of Nuclear Medicine Technologist Section in 2004.