SOURCE: Madison Media Institute - College of Media Arts

December 04, 2007 17:07 ET

Hands-On Workshop for Editing and Enhancing DICOM Images Featured at RSNA

MADISON, WI--(Marketwire - December 4, 2007) - Digital images play a fundamental role in the work of medical professionals from diagnostic workflow to communication of findings to patient education. Madison Media Institute - College of Media Arts instructor, Cathy Palmer, was recently asked by Adobe® and Apple® to present the new Photoshop CS3 Extended edition to radiology professionals at the Radiological Society of North America conference. The annual RSNA conference, held at the McCormick Place in Chicago, featured leading medical imaging companies and was attended by some of the top minds in the medical field. Hands-on computer workshops offered RSNA attendees a chance to gain valuable insight into the use of Photoshop CS3 Extended in radiology from both medical and graphic imaging experts. With DICOMaccess, Photoshop can now transparently read and write DICOM medical image files. Adobe® Photoshop® CS3 Extended software also helps physicians and other healthcare professionals improve patient care with powerful tools for documenting and analyzing images, visualizing potential outcomes, and preparing images for publishing and presentations.

About Madison Media Institute

Madison Media Institute (MMI) is a leading college for creative and technical training in media arts. Professional non-degree courses are offered by New Media Arts Training Centers, Inc. (NMATC) which is the corporate identity of Madison Media Institute. "MMI and NMATC are a community of artistic, imaginative, and tech-savvy people who are passionate about new media arts and applying new technologies in innovative ways," said Chris Hutchings, President of Madison Media Institute and New Media Arts Training Centers, Inc.

About Cathy Palmer

Cathy Palmer is an Adobe® Certified Expert, instructor, and the recently-published co-author of "A Designer's Guide to Adobe InDesign® and XML: Harness the Power of XML to Automate your Print and Web Workflows" from Adobe® Press.

If you would like more information, or to schedule training, please call Jonathan Florin at 608-237-8310 or email Mr. Florin at jflorin@madisonmedia.edu.

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