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

logists, 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.

Intrinsic is led by a very experienced team of Management and Medical Directors. These professionals include:

Philip Russell, MBA, CMPE, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer
Mr. Russell has over 30 years of experience in clinical laboratory operations and management in radiology operations management and executive leadership. He has overseen growth and development of South Texas Radiology Group, one of America’s premier private practice radiology organizations. Mr. Russell holds a Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology and a Masters in Business Administration degree from Indiana University. He is a Certified Medical Practice Executive in the American College of Medical Practice Executives. Mr. Russell has held several positions, including National President of the Radiology Business Management Association. He has lectured at meetings of the Radiological Society of North America, the Radiology Business Management Association and the American College of Radiology and has authored several management articles for these organizations. Mr. Russell currently serves as Chief Executive Officer of Intrinsic and also of South Texas Radiology Group in San Antonio, Texas.

Todd A. Joron, BSc, MBA, President & COO
Mr. Joron has 25 years of experience within international Contract Research Organizations (CROs) specializing in the. design, development and delivery of effective industry changing technology solutions for the pharmaceutical industry. Mr. Joron was most recently Corporate Vice President within PAREXEL (NASDAQ: PRXL) one of the world's largest public CROs. At PAREXEL, Mr. Joron was General Manager of their Perceptive eClinical technology division, driving significant growth of their globa
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