Varian is excited to announce David Hahn (clinical assistant professor of Radiology, University of Chicago Pritzker School, Chicago, USA) joined the company as vice president of Medical Affairs for Interventional Solutions. As a leading, practicing interventional radiologist, Hahn will bring his extensive experience to Varian to help expand access to personalized, multi-modal cancer care to patient populations worldwide.
“I am so excited to join the team at Varian, and work with such a fantastic group of colleagues as we focus on ways to expand access to new and innovative interventional radiology methods” said Hahn.
This hire reinforces Varian’s ongoing commitment to investing in the future of interventional radiology. Hahn’s extensive experience both in the clinical setting and private sector will bring a unique perspective as Varian works to deliver a portfolio of intelligent solutions and enhance the patient experience at every stage of care.
Based in Chicago, Hahn has held teaching faculty positions at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Rush University of Chicago, and the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine, where he is currently a Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology. He has also authored numerous articles in peer-reviewed journals and has been an invited lecturer and moderator at congresses both nationally and internationally in addition to being a reviewer for the Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology since 2006.
There have been several positive expressions regarding Hahn joining Varian. Two quotes are shown below.
“David’s extensive experience in radiology makes him a fantastic addition to our team. I look forward to working together toward our goal of expanding access to personalized, multi-modal cancer care to patient populations worldwide.” Frank Facchini, FSIR, president, Varian Interventional Solutions
“I am thrilled to expand our medical affairs team with the addition of David Hahn. His deep expertise as a world-renowned Interventional Radiologist will be a fantastic resource for our team as we continue to grow and expand to serve new patient populations.” Dee Khuntia, chief medical officer and senior vice president of Medical Affairs, Varian.