Imaging Systems for Radiotherapeutics Group  
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Imaging Systems for
Radiotherapeutics Group

Systems and Applications for
advancing radiotherapeutics clinical
practice and research

Real-time tele-robotic
soft-tissue imaging

Managing motion during
radiation delivery »

Oxygenation and redox status

Understanding tumor microenvironment »

Image-guidance
applications

Translating imaging
to image-guidance »

Image-guidance
applications

Translating imaging
to image-guidance »

Imaging Systems for Radiotherapeutics

Our group (PI: Dimitre Hristov) develops novel imaging systems and applications for advancing radiotherapeutics clinical practice and research. We constantly seek to design and demonstrate conceptually new solutions that integrate and translate advanced technologies into complete applications. With focus on addressing clinical and research challenges we strive to leverage expertise across clinical and technological domains, collaborating with researchers and groups from Electrical Engineering, Bio-robotics, Radiology, Neurosurgery and Neuroradiology.

Research

Group NewS

Graduate Student interested in gaining research credits?

The Imaging Systems for Radiotherapeutics Group has several projects suitable for graduate students in Physics, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or Computer Science who are seeking exposure to the applications of physical and engineering sciences in cancer imaging and therapy.

Please Contact Kevin Smith (kdsmith3@stanford.edu) for more information

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 Last Updated: 10/15/13

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