About Us

Our Vision

Our History: After 4 years of planning, Radiostics was launched in 2013 as an imaging contract research organization (CRO) specializing in interpretation of medical images for clinical trials.  Our president and founder is Andrew D. Smith M.D. Ph.D., a translational and clinical physician scientist, fellowship-trained diagnostic body imaging and oncologic radiologist, inventor, and entrepreneur with 8 years of experience in clinical trials and core lab imaging.  Dr. Smith serves as the Radiology Research Director at the University of Mississippi Medical Center and is working on several innovations, two of which are patent pending and described in more detail on our Innovations page.  Other innovations are not yet disclosed.

Imaging Core: Radiostics focuses on medical imaging end points for industry sponsored drug and device clinical trials.  We bring experience, infrastructure, standard operating procedures, American Board of Radiology specialized academic radiologists, and reliable and rapid turn around times to industry clients. We have partnered with ImageIQ to offer a full range of imaging CRO needs.  More recently, we have utilized board-certified academic dermatologists and pathologists for assistance with clinical trials.  Contact us today if you are interested in learning more about our services.

Our mission is to provide high quality rapid interpretation of diagnostic images for clinical trials with imaging endpoints and to develop new innovations that advance diagnostic imaging. Contact us today to get the results you need.

Our Leader

Our Services

Learn about our image CRO services.


Learn more about our innovations and intellectual property.

Andrew D. Smith MD PhD

Years of experience: 8

Expertise: Diagnostic Radiology, Body and Oncologic Imaging, Tumor Metrics, Device Evaluation, Clinical Research & Study Design, Innovations & Patents

Temporary Facilities

Temporary Facilities
Radiostics LLC, Liver Nodularity LLC, and Color Enhanced Detection LLC are currently located on the main campus of the University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMMC) in close proximity to the Department of Radiology. Once the new research building is built on the UMMC main campus, we may relocate or expand to the dedicated technology advancement floor.