Daniel J. Valentino, Ph.D. Was Named Chief Technology Officer for iCRco, Inc.

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iCRco, Inc. an established global leader in providing innovative digital x-ray solutions, has announced the appointment of Daniel J. Valentino, Ph.D. as the Chief Technology Officer.

I'm very excited to be joining iCRco at this point in their growth. They have developed a number of innovative imaging technologies that we can use in a broad array of exciting new products, and they have the talent and resources to continue to research and develop cutting-edge technology for the digital imaging market.

iCRco, Inc. an established global leader in providing innovative digital x-ray solutions, has announced the appointment of Daniel J. Valentino, Ph.D. as the Chief Technology Officer, with responsibility for technology research and new product development. Dr. Valentino has over 20 years of experience in the high-tech medical imaging industry. He will report to the President and Chief Executive Officer, Stephen Neushul.

"Daniel brings considerable experience in medical imaging to our company," said Mr. Neushul, "I am confident that his knowledge and leadership will be a tremendous asset that will help fuel the rapid growth and development we're experiencing. He will work closely with me and the rest of our team to execute our strategy and deliver on our new development, operational and financial goals."

Valentino added, "I'm very excited to be joining iCRco at this point in their growth. They have developed a number of innovative imaging technologies that we can use in a broad array of exciting new products, and they have the talent and resources to continue to research and develop cutting-edge technology for the digital imaging market."

Prior to joining iCRco, Dr. Valentino was the Chief Scientist at Radlink, Inc. Prior to that, he was the Director of Cerebrovascular Hemodynamics Research in the Division of Interventional Neuroradiology at UCLA, and a founding member of UCLA's NIH-sponsored Center for Computational Biology (CCB). Earlier in his career, he was the Chief of Imaging Informatics for UCLA Healthcare, where he led the team that successfully developed and deployed UCLA's first enterprise-wide RIS/PACS.

Dr. Valentino has a B.S. in Chemistry and a Ph.D. in Biomedical Physics. He holds an appointment as an Associate Professor at UCLA, and is a member of the SPIE and AAPM. He is the author of over 100 papers on medical image processing and imaging informatics.

iCRco, Inc., based in Torrance, CA, is an established, privately-held, global leader in providing innovative digital x-ray imaging solutions, including a complete suite of x-ray imaging hardware, software and integrated solutions for the medical, dental, veterinary and non-destructive testing markets. Founded in 1990 by Stephen Neushul, iCRco has introduced several innovative technologies with their Computed Radiography and Film Digitizer product lines. In 2002 iCRco produced the first Computed Radiography machine to have True Flat Scan Pathâ„¢ technology. This revolutionary product enables iCRco customers to experience the true low cost of ownership of digital x-ray imaging.

"True Flat Scan Pathâ„¢ is the first thing an end-user should look at when transitioning to the digital environment" says, Neushul, also the CEO and President of iCRco. "This technology ensures that no parts come in physical contact with the active area of the costly phosphor plates, resulting 300,000+ artifact free, superior images for the end-user with no degradation in image quality", he adds.

For more information on iCRco, Inc. please visit http://www.icrcompany.com

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