Joseph Pierro, MD


Cardiac Imaging in Oncology Trials: The Benefits of Advanced Imaging Management Systems

November 12, 2019

Explore the growing interest in better understanding the potential for cardiovascular complications associated with cancer therapies.

Transformative Directions in Oncology Clinical Trials

December 09, 2016

Over the last decade, many initiatives sponsored by various entities, including academic and clinical research centers have focused on efforts to streamline clinical trial eligibility and data collection. Oncology trial design is no exception as endpoints and eligibility criteria have also changed with the value of the data generated in early phase studies.

Independent Image Review as a Form of Risk-Based Monitoring

August 10, 2016

The selection of study endpoints is one of many risks that a clinical research study can face. An independent review can help avert this by identifying potential issues within clinical trial data early in the study and allowing the study team to monitor, intervene and reduce study risks.

Future Directions of Cancer Immunotherapy in Clinical Trials

June 20, 2016

Progress and innovation within oncology has accelerated to a paradigm that includes immunotherapy and bio-genomics. Collaborative approaches in the future will continue to transform treatments in hopes of improving patient quality of life.

Long-term Electrocardiographic Monitoring: Time to Rethink What We Know?

February 22, 2016

With significant technology advances in ECG recording through the years, the need to expand on traditional monitoring baselines-and include new variables such as time when designing clinical trial protocols-is important.