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Announcing: Intrinsic Imaging : Radiology Experts Launch Novel Medical Imaging CRO for Clinical Trials
Date:6/30/2010

Leading clinical trial professionals have launched Intrinsic Imaging LLC. Located in San Antonio, Intrinsic is a leading bio/pharmaceutical services organization providing complete image management and radiological review services to global pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device organizations. With its team of more than sixty sub-specialized, board-certified radiologists, and through its use of advanced medical imaging technology, Intrinsic’s experienced clinical trial team provides pharmaceutical and biotech sponsors with comprehensive imaging core lab services across all therapeutic areas

San Antonio, TX (PRWEB) June 30, 2010 -- A group of leading clinical trial professionals consisting of medical imaging experts, including radiologists from South Texas Radiology Group (STRG), one of the nation's preeminent radiology practices, announces today that it has launched Intrinsic Imaging LLC – an advanced medical imaging contract research organization dedicated to providing medical imaging services for clinical trials. Located in San Antonio, Texas, Intrinsic is a bio/pharmaceutical services organization, providing expert image management and radiological review services to global pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device organizations.

“For more than 40 years, the physicians at STRG have overseen millions of images at their fifteen state-of-the-art imaging centers and in more than a dozen hospitals. Our team of more than sixty board-certified diagnostic radiologists have sub-specialization in breast, cardiovascular, chest, gastrointestinal, genitourinary, head and neck, musculoskeletal, neuroradiology, pediatric and interventional radiology and are experts in all therapeutic areas including oncology, neurology, cardiology, rheumatology, and endocrinology,” stated Philip J. Russell, Chairman and CEO of Intrinsic.

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