Professor Kevin M. Prise
My Lab is focused on Radiation Biology Research aiming to optimize the use of radiation(s) as advanced radiotherapy modalities and minimize the risk associated with uncontrolled exposures. I work with a multidisciplinary team of Radiation and Cancer Biologists, Bioinformaticians Radiation Physicists, and Clinical Oncologists.
We collaborate, locally, nationally and internationally with some of the top global radiotherapy centres. Our work includes in silico modelling and preclinical studies in vitro right through to translational studies in patients receiving radiotherapy as part of advanced clinical trials.
Professor Prise is open to PhD applications in the fields of;
Optimization of bone-seeking radionuclides for targeted molecular radiotherapy
Defining stem-cell mediated radioresistance in recurrent brain tumours
Building a biological-based rationale for the use of particle-based radiotherapies
Understanding Radiation-induced bystander and abscopal responses
Defining Next generation laser-produced ion-beams for advanced radiotherapy
PUBLIC OUTREACH AND KEY ACHIEVEMENTS
PhD Title: Physical and Biological characterisation of combined MRI radiation exposures with conventional and nanoparticle contrast agents
Name: Emily Russell
Years of Study: 1
Country: United Kingdom
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