Calyx’s scientific and medical experts have the industry’s most extensive experience in oncology trial imaging, having successfully managed the imaging components of over 1,600 clinical trials across 90 unique oncology indications, including over 75 trials of compounds that were designated breakthrough therapies.
Scientific and Medical Expertise
Oncology Trial Imaging
Calyx’s scientific and medical experts have successfully managed the important imaging components of over 1,300 solid tumor trials – in all phases of clinical development across multiple indications such as cancer of the prostate, breast, bladder, and many more. You can trust Calyx to guide you through the highly nuanced and technically challenging world of clinical trial imaging to ensure your solid tumor development program succeeds. Or if it’s going to fail, to fail fast.
Calyx’s expert scientific and medical team is experienced in the successful implementation and operationalization of hematology trials, providing solutions to manage complex clinical data and advanced imaging. Our experience includes 300+ hematology trials, including support of 40+ approvals in Lymphoma, CLL, Waldenstorms and Multiple Myeloma.
You can trust the Calyx Medical Imaging team to provide reliable consultation on hematology trial design, template charters, and applications based on our lessons learned from previous studies incorporating reviewer, KOL, and regulatory feedback.
Learn how Calyx Medical Imaging provided the imaging services needed by a leading pharmaceutical company to support the primary efficacy endpoint of a multiple myeloma trial, delivering critical imaging data in advance of deadlines and helping the sponsor receive accelerated FDA approval.
Calyx provides a wide range of proven imaging services for Neuro-oncology clinical trials. Our network of scientific advisors and in-house expertise allows for full spectrum service offerings to help take your product from discovery to market.
Calyx’s experience in Neuro-oncology imaging includes:
— Primary or metastatic tumor detection/propagation on contrast-enhanced CT & MRI utilizing appropriate criteria and analysis approaches
— Superimposition of sequences to segment out tumor and edema volumes and follow over time
— Advanced MRI analysis per study needs
Where to Find Calyx Medical Imaging Scientists
Calyx’s oncology trial imaging specialists routinely participate in industry conference to stay up to date on the imaging trends and regulatory changes that could impact your oncology trial imaging. Click below to meet with them at any of these upcoming events:
European Society of Medical Oncology (ESMO) Congress
October 19-24 | Madrid
Society of NeuroOncology (SNO) Annual Meeting
November 15-16 | Vancouver
American Society of Hematology (ASH) Annual Meeting
December 9-12 | San Diego
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Calyx employs some of the industry’s key thought leaders, including Dr. Oliver Bohnsack who wrote the book on medical imaging in oncology trials – literally. Dr. Bohnsack leverages his knowledge from having co-authored the immune-related response criteria (irRC, 2009), served as first author of irRECIST (2014), and co-authored Comparison of Assessments using RECIST and irRECIST by Manitz J. et al. (2020) as he designs and implements optimal imaging strategies for Calyx’s customers developing new oncology treatments.