Elizabeth Romero, MS, RT(N)(CT)(ARRT), PET, FSNMMI-TS – Vice President, Research & Medical Affairs

Elizabeth  has over 20 years experience in nuclear medicine and PET research. Prior to joining PharmaLogic she practiced in both clinical and research (pre-clinical and clinical trial) PET capacities having worked at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and Columbia University/New York State Psychiatric Institute. Using her experience as a clinical research manager and a technologist Ms. Romero interacts with stakeholders at all levels to identify sites for collaboration when new IND agents and clinical trials arise and also works as the point of contact between the manufacturing site and the end users of new radiopharmaceuticals.  Using her knowledge that  includes IRB and IND assistance, technical proficiency, marketing and billing/reimbursement assistance she educates both the end users as well as the PharmaLogic sales force on new products. Liz holds an Associates degree in Nuclear Medicine Technology, a Bachelors in Business Administration, Graduate Certificate in Clinical Research Management and a Master’s degree in Molecular Imaging and Therapeutics.

David Kroon – Vice President, Development and Commercialization

David Kroon has over twenty years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry, with over ten years experience in PET radiopharmaceuticals. With previous roles at Lantheus Medical Imaging and GE Healthcare, David has been involved in the setup of more than 50 manufacturing sites in six countries, at all stages of product lifecycles from pre-clinical development, through P1-P3 manufacturing and commercialization. David joined PharmaLogic in 2019 and has a uniquely cross-functional view of product development and support.

Ashley Mishoe, PharmD – Vice President, Regulatory Affairs and QA
Taylor Vernon – Vice President of PET Operations

Taylor joined PharmaLogic in 2019 and has over sixteen years of experience in nuclear manufacturing, with over a decade of manufacturing network management. He has broad experience in Contract Manufacturing Operations across a network of nuclear manufacturing sites including oversight of sponsor product transfers from early phase to commercial. Taylor has held several roles while learning current Good Manufacturing Practices in PET, providing a hands-on understanding of radiopharmaceutical manufacturing including aseptic qualification, change management, personnel training and development, and lean manufacturing. He has a unique understanding of multi-tracer production and is passionate about growing his team to meet the expanding demand of PET tracers.