MONTREAL, May 6, 2009 – Aurora Interactive, the world leader in digital pathology communications, announced today that they have been selected by the French Division of the International Academy of Pathology (IAP) to supply their medical educational software platform, mScope for the continuing education of 1200 French Pathologists.
“We are happy to collaborate with Aurora’s team on this ambitious project and train our country’s pathologists with a leading-edge digital technology” declared Dr. André Balaton, President of the IAP (French Division). “This is a turning point in the way teaching is done by the IAP France which extends outside the country” he stated.. He added: “the software mScope is widely used in Austria, Canada, Holland, Spain, the Czech Republic and the United States for clinical and pedagogical ends”.
Mr. Pierre Le Fèvre, President and Chief Executive Officer of Aurora Interactive stated that: “This is the beginning of an exciting collaboration. Pathologists worldwide are looking for solutions to improve communication among them. They have turned to digital pathology as a way to confront these challenges and mScope is the solution.”
About Aurora Interactive Aurora Interactive’s mission is to facilitate and contribute to better patient outcomes. Its medical communications software enables physicians and members of the medical community to realize their full potential by eliminating the learning, diagnostic and collaborative restrictions imposed by time and space. The professionals at Aurora Interactive develop and commercialize mScope, a universal web viewer and its collaborative tools to view all medical images anytime, anywhere. mScope is aimed at serving the medical practice (doctors and health professionals) and ultimately the patients. Its digital pathology software has three applications, mScope Education, mScope Clinical, and mScope Universal Viewer. A fourth application is currently in the development phase.
Founded in 2002, Aurora Interactive, a privately-held company, has a list of clients that include universities and hospitals in the United States, Canada and across the European Union. Aurora Interactive allows HealthCare Authorities, Hospitals, Teaching Facilities, Veterinary, Pharma and Reference Laboratories throughout the world, access to state-of-the-art telemedicine in order to bring a simple reliable medical communication platform for images and content to physicians and other health care professionals.
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Jacques C. Gagnon