In August, faculty members from the Radiation Oncology department will be presenting at upcoming conferences. The presentations will focus on various topics, including AI in drug discovery, biomedical ontology, and radiation-related research. The investigators from the Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute will be sharing their innovative findings and advancements in these areas during the conferences.
|Robert G. Griffin, Ph.D. “Spatial fractionated therapies (GRID, Lattice, Mini and micro-beam.” Session Co-Chair Aug. 30, 10:15 a.m.|
“Hypoxia detection by hypoxia-marker labeled extracellular vesicles“ Robert Griffin, Ph.D.
“Radiation-induced resistance in lung cancer is sulfhydryl-dependent” Ruud Dings, Ph.D.
“Gold Nanocage/photosensitizer conjugates augment whole beam and spatially fractionated radiotherapy” Samir Jenkins, Ph.D.