Andy Kinley, Ph.D. is Vice President of Innovation and Clinical Science at Precision for Medicine. He is a clinical researcher with over 25 years of combined experience leading basic and clinical research in oncology and hematology. His early scientific career focused on cancer cell signaling, setting a foundation to complement his clinical research roles in trial design and implementation of effective strategies for oncology clinical trials. Andy specializes in immuno-oncology trials (checkpoint inhibitors, T-cell agonists, bispecifics, cytokines, oncolytic viruses, neoantigen cancer vaccines), including autologous and allogeneic adoptive cell therapies (CAR-T, TCR, TIL, NK cells). Today, Andy identifies and implements innovative tools, datasets, and services that can impact clinical trial execution including quality, patient diversity, site identification, and trial timelines.