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RadioActive Vodcast with Stephen McMahon, PhD

Posted By Administration, Thursday, February 20, 2020

Stephen McMahon, PhD, of Queen's University Belfast is the 2018 winner of the RRS Jack Fowler Award, an honor given to an early career scientist showing exemplary work. His early research involved putting small gold particles into a tumor with the hypothesis that the gold being heavier than normal tissue will increase the dose and therefore provide better tumor control. More recently, he is using biological data to better predict cell response to radiation with the hope to eventually apply the information to the clinic.

Tags:  2018  award  biological data  cell response  control  dosage  dose  early career  gold  jack fowler  mcmahon  particle  particles  queen's university belfast  radiation  stephen  tumor  tumors  tumour  tumours  winner 

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RRS Conversation with Allyson Koyen (2018 Marie Curie Award Winner)

Posted By Administration, Thursday, February 20, 2020

Allyson Koyen, a graduate student in the lab of Dr. David Yu at Emory University, is the 2018 RRS Marie Curie Award Winner. She studies small cell lung cancer, a disease with very poor outcomes and survival rates, with a primary focus on first line therapies.

Tags:  2018  allyson  award  cancer  david  emory  first line therapies  first line therapy  koyen  lab  laboratory  lung  marie curie  small cell  winner  yu 

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RRS Conversation with Scott Welford, PhD

Posted By Administration, Tuesday, August 7, 2018
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Radiation Research Conversations: Charlie Maitz

Posted By Administration, Wednesday, June 6, 2018
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