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Dr. Dorin Panescu, NewCardio's Chief Technology Officer, Awarded Professional Career Achievement Award by the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society
Date:9/15/2009

and proprietary platform technology, and specifically our Visual3Dx(TM) solution currently in development," said Dr. Panescu. "The data presented at the EMBC'09 conference confirms our belief that the Visual3Dx(TM) will be a powerful diagnostic solution for the detection of ACS and will help save lives by accelerating diagnosis of acute MIs and provide urgent care doctors with improved diagnostic accuracy. In addition, I was deeply honored to receive this prestigious award from the IEEE. I continue to value my relationship with this important scientific organization."

The paper was co-authored by Dr. Bosko Bojovic and Dr. Hadzievski Ljupco, (NewCardio, Inc. Senior Consultants), Dr. Panescu, Dr. Samuel George, (NewCardio Senior Consultant), Dr. Ihor Gussak (Chief Medical Officer of NewCardio), Dr. Branislav Vajdic (Chief Executive Officer of NewCardio), Dr. Alexei Shvilkin (Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center; Harvard Medical School), and Dr. Vladan Vukcevic (Clinical Center of Serbia).

Dr. Panescu holds more than 130 U.S. patents and has 70 published or pending U.S. patent applications. He was named NewCardio's Chief Technical Officer and Vice-President of Research and Development in October of 2008. He joined NewCardio from St. Jude Medical, Inc., a $4.1 billion medical technology and services company, where he most recently served as Director, Technology Development, for the Company's Cardiac Rhythm Management Division. Previously, he served as Vice President of Research and Development, Operations and Intellectual Property for Refractec, Inc. and as Senior Director of Systems Development for Boston Scientific Corporation, directing new product development for the Electrophysiology Division.

NewCardio recently launched its first product, QTinno(TM), a fully automatic cardiac safety solution for Thorough QT and Phase I studies in Drug Development. Simultaneously, the Company continues to develop Visual3Dx(TM
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