Lantheus Medical Imaging, a diagnostic imaging company, has promoted Robert Gaffey to chief financial officer (CFO). He was most recently vice president, finance and IT. In this expanded role, Gaffey will add the leadership for investor relations and strategic corporate communications to his current responsibilities of directing the company’s global financial strategy. Gaffey will continue to report to Lantheus president and chief executive officer (CEO), Don Kiepert.
Gaffey has served in several key leadership positions at the company for more than 35 years. Starting his career when the company was part of EI DuPont de Nemours, he helped lead it through its transition to Bristol-Myers Squibb Medical Imaging and the sale to a private equity investment firm, which re-launched the company as Lantheus Medical Imaging. Gaffey earned a BS from Bentley College and an MBA from Widener University.
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