Our Team
Partner with Industry Leaders.

Dr. Marc Freeman MD, FRCPC

Dr. Freeman is an award-winning medical educator and radiologist, and co-founder of Radiology Now. His areas of expertise and interest include PET-CT, nuclear cardiology and medical education.

He is currently a Staff Radiologist at Credit Valley Hospital, an Assistant Professor at U of T, and the Residency Program Director of Nuclear Medicine in the Department of Medical Imaging.

Previously, he was Division Head of Nuclear Medicine in the Department of Medical Imaging at U of T and in the Joint Department of Medical Imaging at UHN, Mount Sinai Hospital, and Women’s College Hospital.

Dr. Freeman is dual-certified in Diagnostic Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, completing his residency at U of T. He received the Wightman-Berris Award for Outstanding Postgraduate Teacher and has been on the Residency Teaching Honour Roll since 2006.

Dr. Freeman has been a member of the Provincial PET Steering Committee and Ontario PET Access Program since 2007.

Tanya Rybarczyk Director of Operations

Tanya is Director of Operations at Radiology now, leading Business Development and Client Services.

She brings considerable industry experience to her role, having previously worked as IHF Assessment Coordinator with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario.

During her seven-year tenure with the College, she assisted in the development of IHF guidelines and standards, creation of assessment protocols, and development of key relationships with Ministry staff, CPSO assessors and facilities.

Dr. Aaron M. Glickman MD, FRCPC

Dr. Glickman is an award-winning radiologist, and co-founder of Radiology Now. He is also a Staff Radiologist at Toronto East General Hospital.

At the forefront of his field, he lectures regularly and has research papers published in various academic journals. He is a contributing author in the book Anatomy Based Musculoskeletal Ultrasound (Editor: O’Neill J. Mosby, 2008).

Dr. Glickman is fellowship trained in Musculoskeletal Imaging from McMaster University (2006). He graduated valedictorian as a medical doctor from Western University, and completed his residency in Diagnostic Imaging at the University of Toronto.