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Immuno-Oncology 360°

March 16, 2022
March 18, 2022
7:30 am
3:50 pm
ET
New York Marriott Brooklyn Bridge, New York City

IO360° convenes stakeholders spanning the science and business communities to report on the latest data impacting immuno-oncology to fight a wider range of cancers. The 8th Annual Immuno-Oncology 360° delivers three key benefits:

  1. Access to KOLs driving the science
  2. Partnership opportunities with all stakeholders in Immuno-Oncology
  3. Presentations on the latest data impacting the science, clinical and business advancements in Immuno-Oncology

Speaker

Marini Headshot

J. Matthew Marini, M.Ed

Senior Manager, Medical Analytics & Informatics, Medical Affairs at Clario

Matt Marini, M. Ed., is the Senior Manager of Analytics & Informatics at Clario where he leads the Medical Analytics team within the Medical Affairs department. During his tenure with Clario, Matt has assumed roles with increasing responsibility to support clients, manage direct relationships with health authorities and create formal information request responses, which include novel, data-based analyses for trial insights. Additionally, Matt oversees the Clario Reader Performance Program which includes 100+ radiologists across 200+ active trials. Matt’s passion for clinical trials with a focus in oncology, both professionally and personally, drives him to deliver high-quality results for Clario’s clients, and ultimately the patients who are involved in the clinical trials.

Date and Time of Speech

Track A

Wednesday, March 16th 

1:20-1:35pm ET

Speech Title

Characterizing Radiologist Overperformance

Abstract

Radiologist performance in the Adjudication Paradigm is measured against lower bounds for acceptability. However, we observe multiple Radiologists who routinely perform above upper bounds. This discussion shares the common behaviors and approaches to image reading that create well-endorsed results.