NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Life science and healthcare IT consulting firm Optra Systems has joined the Microsoft BioIT Alliance.
 
Rudy Potenzone, director of the BioIT Alliance said in a statement that Optra’s expertise in the life science and healthcare image informatics space and its offerings in preclinical and clinical imaging “adds a new perspective” to the alliance.
 

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