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VirtualScopics, Inc. And IXICO plc Announce The Formation Of A Scientific Advisory Board To Benefit Both Companies; Dr. Edward Ashton, Ph.D. Appointed Chairman
Date:7/14/2014

copics is the ability and opportunity for us to think more strategically about the evolving needs of our customers in the pharmaceutical industry and the ways they can best use imaging in their clinical studies," said Dr. Derek Hill, Ph.D., chief executive officer of IXICO. "This includes selecting subjects for trials as well as assessing the efficacy and safety of experimental treatments. The Scientific Advisory Board provides a forum for key alliance scientists to work with external experts to map current and future roles for imaging in a number of disease categories."

"I am very pleased to chair this joint Scientific Advisory Board," said Dr. Edward Ashton, Ph.D.,  chief scientific officer of VirtualScopics. "Our Board members are all distinguished opinion leaders from a broad range of disciplines related to the conduct of imaging in clinical trials.  The Board will meet quarterly and focus on early and late phase oncology, cardiology, metabolic disorders and neurology."

About the Scientific Advisory Board MembersDr. Edward Ashton, Ph.D., has been the chief scientific officer of VirtualScopics for the past 14 years, with primary technical responsibility for all projects in both oncology and central nervous system disease. He has extensive experience in image acquisition and analysis in both biomedical imaging and military surveillance and reconnaissance. Dr. Ashton has produced numerous articles and book chapters in the fields of biomedical imaging with applications to clinical trials and target detection and image analysis with military applications. He received both his Ph.D. and MS degrees in electrical engineering from the University of Rochester, where his research focused on MRI applications in the brain, and his BS degree in electrical engineering from Loyola College.

Dr. Derek Hill, Ph.D., is the co-founder and
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