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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

chief executive officer of IXICO plc. He co-founded IXICO in 2004 to bring the best possible imaging technology and know-how to the pharmaceutical and medical device industries. In addition to his role at IXICO, Dr. Hill has an academic appointment as full professor at University College London (UCL). He has been working on medical image analysis for more than 20 years and has authored approximately 100 journal papers in this field. His research track record includes image acquisition and analysis, image acquisition and analysis for drug discovery and development, other aspects of image acquisition including motion correction and partially parallel imaging in MRI and motion compensation in PET. He has worked on applications in the study of dementia, heart disease, arthritis, oncology and guiding interventions. He is actively involved in the Alzheimer's Disease Neuroimaging Initiative (ADNI) in the U.S., has served on scientific advisory boards for several pharmaceutical companies and is involved in the Critical Path Institute's Coalition Against Major Diseases (CAMD) biomarker qualification initiatives for Alzheimer's Disease and Parkinson's Disease.  Dr. Hill received a BSc degree in physics at Imperial College, his MSc degree in medical physics at the University of Surrey and his Ph.D. in medical image analysis at the Medical School of Guy's & St. Thomas' Hospitals, University of London.

Dr. Jonathan Riek, Ph.D., joined the VirtualScopics team in 2001 and is the chief technical officer of the company, with technical responsibility for all musculoskeletal and metabolic projects at VirtualScopics. Dr. Riek has extensive custom software development experience in both biomedical imaging and consumer imaging. Dr. Riek holds four patents and has produced several articles on the reduction of motion artifacts in MRI. Dr. Riek earned his Ph.D., MS and BS degrees in electrical
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