International Remote Imaging Systems to Introduce New CEO to Investors at Conference Call on Thursday, Nov. 20 at 4:15 P.M. EST

Chatsworth, California, UNITED STATES

CHATSWORTH, Calif., Nov. 19, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- International Remote Imaging Systems, Inc. (AMEX:IRI) will hold a conference call on Thursday, Nov. 20, at 4:15 p.m. Eastern time, to introduce its new Chief Executive Officer to the investment community.

Dr. John A. O'Malley, Chairman, will introduce Cesar Garcia, the new CEO, who will discuss his vision of the Company's future and where it stands with its current marketing and development programs. Mr. Garcia, who joined International Remote Imaging Systems in January 2002 as Corporate Executive Vice President and was named President and Chief Operating Officer in June 2003, was appointed CEO on Tuesday.

"We are pleased to report that the Company is on target for meeting all of its business goals and wanted to take the opportunity to personally introduce Cesar to our investors," Dr. O'Malley stated. "Cesar has been a driving force at International Remote Imaging System since joining our management team nearly two years ago and we want to give him an opportunity to share his vision for the Company's future with our investors."

To participate, dial 1-800-915-4836 approximately 10 minutes before the conference call is scheduled to begin. Hold for the operator and reference the International Remote Imaging Systems conference call. International callers should dial 973-317-5319.

For anyone who is unable to participate in the conference, access to a recording will be available for 48 hours following the call. Dial 1-800-428-6051 to access playback. For international callers, dial 973-709-2089. The pass code I.D. is 314604.

The conference call may also be accessed by means of a live audio Webcast on the Company's Web site at, or at, the Web cast service provider. The conference audio cast will also be available for replay on both Web sites for 30 days from the date of the broadcast.

The Company

International Remote Imaging Systems, Inc. has an established reputation as a leader in automated urinalysis technology and image flow cytometry. The Company's Iris Diagnostics Division is a leader in automated urinalysis technology with workstations in major medical institutions throughout the world. Using a patented Automated Intelligent Microscopy (AIM) technology and Auto Analyte Recognition software (AAR), a significant reduction in the cost and time consuming steps for manual microscopic analysis can be achieved.

The StatSpin(r) subsidiary, based in Norwood, Mass., is a worldwide leader in accelerated sample preparation for blood, body fluids and urine analysis. The subsidiary makes innovative centrifuges and blood analysis products, including the world's fastest blood separator (30 seconds). StatSpin's worldwide markets include medical institutions, commercial laboratories, clinics, doctors' offices, veterinary labs and research facilities. Its bench top centrifuges are dedicated to applications for manual specimen preparation for coagulation, cytology, hematology, and urinalysis.

Advanced Digital Imaging Research, LLC, is a research and development subsidiary based in the Houston, Texas area. ADIR assists in the advancement of proprietary imaging technology while conducting government-sponsored research.


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