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Prism Clinical Imaging, Inc. Adds Cleveland Clinic Neuroradiologist to Medical Advisory Board

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West Allis, Wisconsin - December 10, 2007 - Prism Clinical Imaging, Inc., developers of breakthrough brain imaging software that helps physicians better plan and treat tissue tumors and other neurological disorders through the intuitive organization of data, announced today that Dr. Micheal D. Phillips of the Cleveland Clinic has joined Prism's Medical Advisory Board. Phillips' research has the potential to improve the quality of life in patients suffering from neurodegenerative disorders, including multiple sclerosis and Parkinson's disease.

"Dr. Phillips has extensive research experience in the field of radiology and functional MR imaging of neurodegenerative processes, and we are excited to have him join our Medical Advisory Board," said Paul Schmelzer, Prism's Chief Executive Officer. "His background and interest in multimodality and multiparameter imaging will make an important contribution to Prism's product development."

Phillips is a practicing clinical neuroradiologist and imaging researcher at the Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio. Prior to settling in Ohio, he completed a fellowship in neuroradiology with the University of Pennsylvania and his residency at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Phillips received his medical degree from Columbia University and an undergraduate degree from Amherst College. He joins a collection of esteemed physicians as a member of the Prism Advisory Board, including John Ulmer, Jay Pillai, Lofti Hacein-Bey, Andrai Holodny, Meng Law, Ashthok Narayana, Elias Melhem and Aaron Field.

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 www.prsismclinicalimaging.com.

Dr. Phillips' participation on the Prism Medical Advisory Board does not constitute the Cleveland Clinic endorsement of Prism products or services.

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