iMedicor and Transgenomic to develop an educational marketing program for NuroPro

iMedicor (OTCBB: VMCI) and Transgenomic (OTCBB:TBIO) today announced that they have signed an agreement to develop an educational marketing program for NuroPro, Transgenomic’s diagnostic tests for Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. The alerts-based Internet program will target neurologists, gerontologists and primary care physicians to announce the commercial launch of Transgenomic’s NuroPro assays for these devastating neurological diseases.

Through its HIPAA-compliant information transfer and communications portal, iMedicor’s proprietary Alert system will provide a unique, in-depth targeted program that places client messages in the hands of specific physicians and their staff at the point of care. Programs like the one announced today comply with the Obama Administration’s goals of improving healthcare and reducing cost associated with the early detection of debilitating, chronic diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease.

“iMedicor’s ability to deliver targeted access to very specific physician audiences will significantly increase our client’s marketing ROI and we look forward to working with Transgenomic to help them maximize their educational marketing efforts in a cost effective, non-intrusive manner,” said Fred Zolla, CEO of Vemics iMedicor. “This program also gives us an opportunity to showcase iMedicor’s effective and innovative platform.”

Transgenomic provides unique products and services for automated high sensitivity genetic variation and mutation analysis including systems, products, discovery and laboratory testing services to the academic and medical research, clinical laboratory and pharmaceutical markets in the fields of pharmacogenomics and personalized medicine. Their systems are specifically designed for use in genetic variation detection and single- and double-strand DNA/RNA analysis and purification and have broad applicability to genetic research. The company also has proteomic technology for detecting Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. These assays will be the first Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases diagnostic tests entering the market. Transgenomic will perform these tests in its CLIA-certified molecular diagnostic laboratory.

“We look forward to our collaboration with iMedicor which we see as an integral component of our commercial launch marketing efforts to bring these valuable diagnostic tests to market. We believe that iMedicor has a unique solution for informing physicians of critical new technology advances such as our NuroPro assays for Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease” noted Craig Tuttle, CEO of Transgenomic.


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