Join us on April 17 for Methodist Medical Center Foundation’s second annual HealthTalk luncheon benefiting the patients and families served by Methodist Medical Center.
This event will be an opportunity for business and community leaders to come together in support of the hospital while learning more about the future of the healthcare industry and how it may affect them, their employees and their families. Our vision is to offer an insider view of the global healthcare industry as well as what is happening in East Tennessee for our event sponsors and attendees. Sponsorship packages, including event tickets, range from $500 – $5,000.
Wednesday, April 17, 2024
11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Our featured speaker for 2024 is Scott Claunch, president of the TerraPower Isotopes® program. This program is a division of TerraPower that is focused on the pursuit of next-generation therapeutic medical isotopes for Targeted Alpha Therapy (TAT) treatments. In this role, Claunch guides the business in the processing and delivery of select materials and grows the industry and innovator partnerships necessary to develop and commercialize TAT treatments to potentially eliminate many forms of cancer.
Prior to joining TerraPower, Claunch led the Global Nuclear Medicine Franchise at Lantheus Medical Imaging. He was responsible for commercial sales for all nuclear medicine products and pre-launch activities for Lantheus’ future portfolio in Positron Emission Tomography (PET). Additionally, he oversaw cyclotron operations used in the manufacture and distribution of radiopharmaceuticals globally. Previously, Claunch held various leadership positions in operations, change management, quality and sourcing at Option Care Health and Cardinal Health Nuclear Pharmacy Services.
Claunch remains active as a nuclear pharmacist and previously served as a board member for the Alzheimer’s Association, Central Ohio Chapter. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in pharmacy, specializing in nuclear pharmacy, from the University of New Mexico.
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About the Methodist Medical Center Foundation
The Foundation was established in 1990 for charitable giving at Methodist Medical Center of Oak Ridge, and funds advance the highest quality of healthcare services at the hospital. The Foundation’s mission is to assist Methodist Medical Center with extending the gift of life to all those in need, regardless of their ability to pay.