I am a physician-scientist with experience in clinical radiology, nuclear medicine, and basic science. I trained in both Europe and the United States. I did a body imaging fellowship and nuclear medicine residency at MSK. In that time I gained extensive experience in tumor imaging using MRI, CT, and PET/CT. My main interests are body imaging, particularly lymph node imaging and prostate imaging, as well as prostate cancer biology. My lab has developed a new method to identify tumor-positive lymph nodes. We are also creating new imaging approaches (Cerenkov imaging) and therapies based on nanoparticles.
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