Loveland, CO July 1, 2013 - E.I. Medical Imaging (“EIMI”) is proud to announce it will be assisting the Saint Louis Zoo’s Institute for Conservation Medicine and Dr. Sharon Deem, and her research partners, in a study entitled "How Environment, Physiology and Life History Interact to Determine Pattern in Animal Migration." Dr. Deem’s work will take place this summer in the Galapagos Islands. The study is one of the investigations within the giant tortoise program led by Dr. Stephen Blake. The giant tortoise program was developed to assist the Galapagos National Park (GNP) to effectively conserve giant Galapagos tortoises by conducting cutting edge applied science and to develop an inspirational tortoise-based outreach and education program.
LOVELAND, CO - E.I. Medical Imaging (EIMI) has recently been awarded an honor by the Northern Colorado Business Report in its Mercury 100. This honor is bestowed on companies in Northern Colorado who have shown significant growth in the previous two years. Each flight is determined by annual revenues and are first sorted into 5 flights of 20 companies each based on total amount of annual revenue. EIMI was ranked fourth flight three of companies with 2012 earnings between $2.84M and $5.24M.