Our physicists, engineers, and staff advance the science and technology of radiation therapy and imaging, and ensure their effective clinical use for cancer patients.
Planning irreversible electroporation in the porcine kidney: Are numerical simulations reliable for predicting empiric ablation outcomes?
Correcting lateral response artifacts from flatbed scanners for radiochromic film dosimetry
Continuous monitoring and intrafraction target position correction during treatment improves target coverage for patients undergoing sbrt prostate therapy
Modeling pancreatic tumor motion using 4-dimensional computed tomography and surrogate markers
Gene therapy using therapeutic and diagnostic recombinant oncolytic vaccinia virus GLV-1h153 for management of colorectal peritoneal carcinomatosis
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Joseph Deasy answers the question, what do medical physicists do? and looks to a future of innovation in radiotherapy and imaging.
Memorial Sloan Kettering Radiation Safety Officer Jean St. Germain answers common questions about the safety of adults undergoing radiation treatment for cancer.