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Voximetry Launches Clinical Operations Support to accelerate adoption of Torch® Dose Assessment and Dosimetry Services

MADISON, Wis.– Voximetry Inc., a Healthtech company with software designed to change the Standard of Care for late-stage prostate cancer patients by creating personalized treatment plans tailored for the individual, has announced the appointment of Patrick Morse, MBA, as Vice President of Global Clinical Operations. Patrick has over 12 years of leadership experience in industry and academia in Research, Medical Affairs and Global Operations.

“We want to be recognized not simply as a provider of great technology”, said Voximetry CEO, Dr. Sue Wallace, “but as a company that partners with our users to implement advanced dosimetry solutions in the clinic and in research. Patrick’s diverse experience in Clinical Research and Operations uniquely enables him to leading our customer partnership and implementation team”.

Prior to joining Voximetry Patrick led global clinical operations and customer success activities for ZAP Surgical, a novel self-shielded robotic radiosurgery vendor. He was responsible for defining strategies to increase ZAP’s core revenue generating activities. In this role, Patrick oversaw a global team of Medical Physicists and Clinical Applications Specialists that ensured efficient machine commissioning processes and successful clinical staff training protocols for new installations. Post-installation, Patrick’s team supported the lifecycle of each system and its clinical staff to guarantee they delivered optimal plans and maximized patient volumes quickly after clinical acceptance.

Patrick has also distinguished himself in diverse roles such as Medical Affairs, Product Management, Sales and Strategic Marketing leadership positions. He spent 5 years with Accuray in various key roles, including realization of post-market clinical trials and the global launch of the Radixact (TomoTherapy) platform. Prior to Accuray, Patrick led Global Business Development and direct sales for the Elekta Neuroscience portfolio.

He began his career in oncology-focused academic clinical research at Siteman Cancer Center, and ultimately led the Clinical Research Offices at the University of Virginia and Northwestern University’s Cancer Center’s respectively.

As the son of a former US Army 101st Airborne Officer, Patrick was born at Fort Campbell, Kentucky and grew up in St. Louis. He holds a BS in Molecular and Cellular Biology from the University of Illinois and an Executive MBA from University of North Carolina’s Keenan-Flagler Business School. An avid outdoorsman and endurance athlete, Patrick holds leadership positions with a number of national conservation organizations and regularly competes in trail races and triathlons.

“Successful implementation requires an eye for detail and going the extra mile,” said Dr. Sue Wallace, “and Patrick definitely has a track record in that”.

Patrick lives with his beautiful wife of 7 years, 4 year-old son and 2 year-old daughter in Ponte Vedra, Florida and loves cooking gourmet meals for friends and family.