As one of the few fellowship-trained brachytherapists in the US, Shauna M. McVorran, MD, explains how this unique therapy benefits patients at Dartmouth Cancer Center.
Researchers and clinicians synergize basic research with commercial entrepreneurship to open new doors in the field of radiation oncology.
Translational Engineering in Cancer researcher Brian W. Pogue, PhD, has been named as a 2021 fellow of the National Academy of Inventors for his work in biomedical imaging.
ASTRO Radiation Oncology Fellows recognized this week at annual meeting awards ceremony
Dartmouth Research Team Invited to Share Abstract on Promising Findings in Radiation Oncology at National Conference
NCCC scientists will present award-winning abstract on the newest advancement in radiation beam visibility.
Cherenkov imaging cameras invented by Dartmouth spinoff company and pioneered at NCCC allow radiation oncologists to visualize external beam field, improving quality, precision and patient safety during radiation therapy.
Researchers convert a standard linear accelerator used for radiation therapy, to deliver an ultra-high-dose rate beam to cancer patients “in a flash.”