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Kenneth Gaither

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Kenneth W Gaither, PhD.
Head of Musculoskeletal

Dr. Kenneth W Gaither has global responsibility leading the implementation and oversight of clinical trials for Bioclinica and has more than 20 years of experience in bone densitometry, body composition assessment, vertebral fracture and morphology methods, and structural geometry of bone within international multicenter clinical trials. He has published on these areas in peer-reviewed journals, and is a member of the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research and the International Society for Clinical Densitometry. Dr. Gaither received his Ph.D. in systems science with a focus on the utilization of simulation modeling for risk based systems. He has held director and vice president level positions within project management, data management, site selection and operations in a variety of healthcare industries including clinical research organizations, centralized imaging laboratories, and medical device manufacturers. Prior to Dr. Gaither’s career in healthcare, he served in the US Marine Corps as a signals intelligence officer and is a decorated veteran of foreign wars.

Authored Publications

Faulkner KG, McClung MR, Schmeer MS, Roberts LA, Gaither KW: Densitometry of the radius using single and dual energy absorptiometry.  Calc Tiss lnt 54:208-211.

Prevrhal S, Shepherd JA, Faulkner KG, Gaither KW, Lang TF: Validation of DXA Hip Structural Analysis Implementations with a QCT Volumetric Gold Standard. J Bone Min Res.2008 Apr-Jun; 11(2):232-6

Prevrhal S, Shepherd JA, Faulkner KG, Gaither KW, Black DM, Lang TF: Comparison of DXA Hip Structural Analysis with Volumetric QCT. J Clin Densitom . 2008 Feb:173(2):134-7.

Beck TJ, Fuerst T, Gaither KW, Sutradhar S, Levine AB, Hines T, Yu CR, Williams R, Mirkin S, Chines AA. The effects of bazedoxifene on bone structural strength evaluated by hip structure analysis. Bone. April 23, 2015. Volume 77, Pages 115–119.

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