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 John Ceccoli, M.B.A., Promoted to Assistant Director,
 Computer-Assisted Information Services
 WEST TRENTON, N.J., Jan. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Bio-Imaging Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ Small Cap Market: BITI), an innovator in providing biomedical image processing services and software products to the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries, announced today that William R. Montgomery has joined the company as Manager, Business Development.
 The company also announced that John Ceccoli, M.B.A., C.N.M.T. has been promoted to the position of Assistant Director, Computer-Assisted Information Services.
 "We are pleased to announce the addition of Mr. Montgomery to our organization, because of his extensive technical sales and marketing experience with some of the medical imaging industry's largest and most influential companies, as well as with several entrepreneurial ventures," said William L. Robbins, M.B.A., Director of Business Development. "Bill's knowledge and contacts in the medical imaging and digital image management fields make him the ideal candidate to build our West Coast client base. In particular, Bill's background in nuclear medicine computer systems, digital radiography and cardiology core lab operations will benefit our drug development-related image processing and Bio/ImageBase(TM) software businesses."
 Montgomery, a resident of Irvine, Calif., will be responsible for West Coast business development activities, including direct sales to the region's market of over 500 biotechnology, pharmaceutical and medical device companies.
 Montgomery was previously Industry Accounts Manager, Information Systems, at DuPont Medical Products, where he was responsible for sales and support of systems for digital display and management of medical images. Previously, he held technical sales positions at Siemens Medical Systems, Virtual Imaging, Matrix Instruments, Adac Laboratories and Medtronic Medical Data Systems. Montgomery also was Chief Technologist of the Cardiovascular Research Unit at Johns Hopkins University. He holds a B.S. from Salisbury State College, and was an aviation electronics specialist with the U.S. Navy.
 Ceccoli, who served previously as Manager, Image Processing, joined Bio-Imaging Technologies in 1992, from Robert Wood Johnson Pharmaceutical Research Institute. Ceccoli, who holds an M.B.A. from St. Joseph's University and a B.S. in Nuclear Medicine Technology from Millersville University, will be responsible for management of the company's core lab image processing operations on behalf of numerous pharmaceutical clients.
 Gordon Wynant, M.S., Director of Computer-Assisted Information Management Services at the company, said "John Ceccoli's ability to manage the technical, operational and commercial aspects of our image processing business is recognized not only within the company, but also by our clients. We have built our team around people like John to assure that our clients benefit from our full range of expertise and experience in image-based drug development."
 Bio-Imaging Technologies (BITI), of West Trenton, provides biomedical image processing services and products to pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device companies. By enabling such companies to maximize the value of information about their products inherent in medical images, BITI helps to facilitate clinical development and regulatory approval of new pharmaceuticals and medical devices. The company has targeted the categories of cancer, cardiovascular disease, neurological disease and wound healing, in which there are collectively more than 1,200 diagnostic and therapeutic agents now in the development pipeline worldwide.
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 /CONTACT: William L. Robbins, director, business development, of Bio-Imaging Technologies, 609-883-2000, or Christopher J. Taylor, account executive of Feinstein Partners, 617-577-8110/

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