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Siemens and National Jewish Medical and Research Center Form Strategic Alliance to Advance Shared Vision of Personalized Medicine
Date:2/13/2008

Institute for Advanced Biomedical Imaging to Be Constructed at National

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MALVERN, Pa., and DENVER, Feb. 13 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- With a shared vision of a more personalized medicine, Siemens Healthcare and National Jewish Medical and Research Center have formed a strategic alliance to improve and develop novel imaging and diagnostic technologies using genomics, proteomics, and integrated research and clinical care.

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As part of the initiative, National Jewish will integrate Siemens technology throughout the institution to help diagnose respiratory, cardiac and rheumatologic diseases. Especially important will be the Institute for Advanced Biomedical Imaging(TM), where much of the patient care and collaborative research planned for this alliance will be conducted.

"We are excited about our collaboration with National Jewish and look forward to supporting the organization with new clinical pathways and workflows for improved quality and patient care," said Heinrich Kolem, CEO of Siemens Medical Solutions USA, Inc. "Integrating new concepts for early detection, including state-of-the-art imaging and information technologies, as well as molecular methods, will help support our shared vision of personalized health care."

"Together we will be leaders in bringing forward the concept of advanced diagnostics, which merges imaging and the clinical reference laboratories," said Michael Salem, MD, president and CEO of National Jewish. "Siemens Healthcare will be a terrific and innovative partner in furthering our common vision."

National Jewish is a non-profit institution renowned worldwide as a leader in the research and treatment of respiratory, immune, and related disorders. Its alliance with Siemens will help accelerate a new era in me
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