LMU University Hospital Munich: Real-time Data Visualization and Analysis in Clinical Ttrials with Imaging Endpoints

“mint Analytics expands your means of structured response assessment in mint Lesion™ by instantaneous visualization of the collected data, as a whole or per individual trial,” states PD Dr. Wolfgang Kunz, Head of Oncological Imaging and of the Oncological Study Center at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University Hospital Munich.

PD Dr. Kunz recounts how he and his team are able to keep a detailed overview of the status of their clinical trials and describes how sponsors and imaging CROs can benefit from mint Lesion™ and its add-on mint Analytics.

Read the Success Story here.

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