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Holly Smith Joins Profect as Director of Clinical Imaging Services
Date:3/31/2008

BREWSTER, N.Y., March 31 /PRNewswire/ -- Profect(TM) Medical Technologies, a leading developer and provider of medical imaging software and clinical photography systems, today announced the introduction of their Clinical Imaging Services division and the hiring of Holly Smith as its Director.

Profect(TM) Clinical Imaging Services will provide clients with an array of customized photographic and software services for their clinical studies including image monitoring, extrapolation of information for new drug applications and claims substantiation, and sales and marketing data for the pharmaceutical, cosmeceutical and aesthetic medical device industries.

Holly Smith brings to the company more than twelve years of medical photographic experience, coming most recently from the Department of Plastic Surgery at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center where she was Chief Medical Photographer for Drs. Rod Rohrich and Jeffrey Kenkel. "Profect(TM) has quickly built a reputation for innovation and customer service in the clinical photography business," Smith said. "I look forward to helping them extend that reputation and success into Clinical Imaging Services."

Smith is a contributing author, photographic reviewer and photographic editor for several plastic surgery publications and speaks nationally about clinical photography. "Holly's expertise and, in particular, her experience advising medical professionals about the use of photography in clinical trials and in their practices make her an excellent fit for this position. She is as good as they come and we are proud and excited to be adding her to our team," said Profect's CEO Freddy Jones.

Smith received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Photography with an emphasis in Photography from Southern Methodist University, and is a member of the National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP) and the Biocommunications Association (BCA).

About Profect

Profect Medical Technologies(TM) has been offering medical imaging software and photography equipment since 2005, helping physicians to document their clinical results, standardize their photographs and analyze the condition of their patients' skin with quality, consistency and reproducibility. The company offers a full line of hardware with associated digital imaging software, from the Profect(TM) Facial Studio to the Profect(TM) Full Body System and, as of March 2008, the Profect(TM) PhotoPro, an innovative, professional-grade system featuring daylight, UV and cross- polarized lighting, PictureGrip(TM) technology and Sub-Surface Skin Measurement and Analysis Tools. To learn more, visit http://www.profectmedical.com.


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