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Mint’s US growth continues – Ms. Andjela Azabagic joins Mint Medical

Mint Medical is further boosting the US business and announces the addition of Andjela Azabagic, as Vice President Business Development, to the US team. Andjela is an experienced business and marketing professional with background in growing domestic and international business and product strategy in the…

Study – free text reporting vs. mint Lesion in clinical routine

Free text reporting in the tumor response assessment of radiologic imaging data is common in clinical routine, whereas in clinical trials standardized computer-aided response assessment is already used rather frequently. Juliane Goebel, Julia Hoischen, Carolin Gramsch, Haemi P. Schemuth, Andreas‑Claudius Hoffmann, Lale Umutlu and Kai…

New iRECIST whitepaper published

We are happy to present our newly published whitepaper on iRECIST and its application. This is available here on our homepage as well as on www.irecist.com. Mint Medical had already implemented the iRECIST criteria in May 2017 for its new version of the mint LesionTM…

4 Questions – 4 Answers // Imaging in Clinical Trials

Mint Medical, Inc. Vice President of Clinical Trials, Kelie Luby Discusses Advances in Imaging Analysis in Clinical Trials and What’s Next for Mint Medical     What advancements in imaging analysis in clinical trials do you think have been most impactful in the past several…

Joint partnership between Mint Medical and Siemens Healthineers syngo.via

Siemens Healthineers and Mint Medical joined forces to accelerate imaging and result reporting software availability in hospitals when and where it is needed. This collaboration, announced at the 2017 Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) Annual Meeting on November 27th 2017, will enable users to…

Mint-Data for Personalized Medicine at Cancer Center in Tübingen/Germany

Compiling structured real-world-data from different medical disciplines, such as molecular genetics, laboratory medicine, pathology or radiology, to generate insights for specific diseases represents the “holy grail” of Personalized Medicine.   The Cancer Center in Tübingen/Germany initiated the project “Structured data in Oncology” focusing on this…

New TNM- and RADS-Classification in mint Lesion

With the aid of various clinical reading templates, mint Lesion provides context-specific support in the application of established radiological criteria and guidelines for a more efficient investigation and documentation of radiological findings. Mint Lesion employs a structured approach to interpreting relevant findings in medical images so…