17 April 2010

Press Release



Today Partners in Medicine, Inc. is pleased to announce its first sale of CNSystems’ CNAP Monitor. The University of Chicago became the first Partner in Medicine customer to purchase this device.

Dr. Louise Hawkley, Associate Director of the Social Neuroscience Laboratory, oversaw the purchase of two CNAP Monitors for use in an ongoing longitudinal study being conducted in her research center. The CNAP Monitors provide non-invasive, beat-to-beat blood pressure recording and have been interfaced with the lab’s existing data acquisition system for data storage and analysis.

Ron Borgschulte, founder of Partners in Medicine commented, ” We are pleased that the University of Chicago, a leader in the field of social/biophysical neuroscience, has decided to partner with us on their current and future research activity. We look forward to supporting Dr. Hawkley and her team with these important studies.”


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Ron Borgschulte17 April 2010