Imaging in clinical oncology trials provides a wealth of information that contributes to the drug development process, especially in early phase studies. This article focuses on kinetic modeling in DCE-MRI, inspired by mixed-effects models that are frequently used in the analysis of clinical trials. Instead of summarizing each scanning session as a single kinetic parameter—such as median ktrans across all voxels in the tumor ROI–we propose to analyze all voxel time courses from all scans and across all subjects simultaneously in a single model. The kinetic parameters from the usual nonlinear regression model are decomposed into unique components associated with factors from the longitudinal study; e.g., treatment, patient, and voxel effects. A Bayesian hierarchical model provides the framework to construct a data model, a parameter model, as well as prior distributions. The posterior distribution of the kinetic parameters is estimated using Markov chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) methods. Hypothesis testing at the study level for an overall treatment effect is straightforward and the patient- and voxel-level parameters capture random effects that provide additional information at various levels of resolution to allow a thorough evaluation of the clinical trial. The proposed method is validated with a breast cancer study, where the subjects were imaged before and after two cycles of chemotherapy, demonstrating the clinical potential of this method to longitudinal oncology studies.