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EPGL Hosting Live Conference Call Tonight at 6:00PM Eastern With Full Team of Doctors says EP Global Communications, Inc.
Date:4/30/2013

Irvine, CA (PRWEB) April 30, 2013

EP Global Communications, Inc. (the Company), (Stock Ticker: EPGL) announces that it will host a conference call tonight, Tuesday April 30, 2013 at 6:00PM Eastern Time. The call will include the full team of doctors involved with EPGL's new "Topspin" advanced MEMS technology platform for medical device development. This will include one of the world's top BioMEMS engineers; David T. Markus Ph.D. The first 100 interested persons can attend tonight's call by dialing in at 604-475-4000 and entering Code 475116#.

EPGL is the only medical device company to possess the advanced "TopSpin" MEMS technology platform which was developed by top BioMEMS engineer David T. Markus, Ph.D. "EPGL possesses advanced medical device technology that will bring in the smartest and most innovative new medical devices to market. We are years ahead of our competition in know-how and our TopSpin platform can be the catalyst for literally hundreds of new devices to benefit medicine. The prototypes we have under development represent a paradigm shift in technology for medical devices."

About David T. Markus, Ph.D. Vice President - BioMems Development:

David T. Markus holds a Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering and a MS in Electrical Engineering with an emphasis in MEMS Microelectronics and Biomedical. Dr. Markus spent 11 years with Raytheon and holds 8 US patents and has 9 other US Patents Pending. He has been involved in research for several of the world's leading technological institutions, including the Office of Naval Research in Arlington, Virginia, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, CA and he has been published 15 times for various technical conferences. He was a principal investigator on SBIR DARPA Phase I and Phase II, and "Ultraflexible Substrate" for Macroelectronics Program by Dr. Robert Reuss at DARPA. He has been involved in
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