Prism Clinical Imaging Course on Human Brain Mapping and the Role of fMRI Approved for Continuing Education Credits

Developers of brain mapping software to offer course where Prism is installed

West Allis, Wisconsin - October 29, 2007 - Prism Clinical Imaging, Inc., developers of breakthrough brain imaging software, announced today its "An Introduction to Human Brain Mapping and the Role of fMRI" course has been approved for Category A Continuing Education credits.

Accredited by the American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT), Prism Clinical Imaging's course will be instructed by Nils Anderson R.T.R. (MR), Prism's Clinical Relations Manager, and will be offered at any location at which Prism software is installed, including Prism's headquarters in West Allis and facilities in New York City, Chicago, Cleveland, Baltimore and Philadelphia. Anderson has taught MRI concepts and skills as a faculty member at the Medical Imaging Technology Institute.

"An Introduction to Human Brain Mapping and the Role of fMRI" is the first continuing education course to be specifically directed towards MRI technologists. To be eligible to enroll, participants must be ASRT members and in good standing. If enrolled in Prism's course, participants earn a total of 13.50 Category A credits. In addition to credits, participants acquire the ability to develop and perform fMRI as a service within any clinical practice.

About Prism Clinical Imaging, Inc.:
Prism Clinical Imaging, Inc. is a leader in the field of functional MRI and advanced neuroimaging. Prism software provides physicians with multimodality, multiparameter imaging for treatment planning and image guided treatment delivery. Intuitively organizing multiple series of anatomical, functional and physiological images in decks, the software allows for more effective clinical interpretation since the images are already registered for the physician. With the ability to establish critical spatial relationships in half the amount of time with twice the accuracy, physicians utilizing Prism deliver high-quality and safer treatment to patients, while optimizing clinical workflow. Prism, located in West Allis, Wisconsin, was founded by practicing professionals at the Medical College of Wisconsin. For more information, visit

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