Data for manuscript "A Quantitative Diffuse Reflectance Imaging (QDRI) System for Comprehensive Surveillance of the Morphological Landscape in Breast Tumor Margins"
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This repository contains the clinical patient data, along with representative images and mat files, of the data for the manuscript submitted to PLOS ONE entitled "A Quantitative Diffuse Reflectance Imaging (QDRI) System for Comprehensive Surveillance of the Morphological Landscape in Breast Tumor Margins"
CitationBrown, JQ; Gallagher, Jennifer E; Geradts, J; Greenup, R; Krieger, MS; Mulvey, CS; ... Wilke, LG (2015). Data for manuscript "A Quantitative Diffuse Reflectance Imaging (QDRI) System for Comprehensive Surveillance of the Morphological Landscape in Breast Tumor Margins". Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/9504.
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Adjunct Professor in the Department of Pathology
Dr. Geradts' primary research focus is on the molecular pathology of breast cancer. His laboratory uses genomic profiling strategies to identify novel candidate breast cancer genes. Dr. Geradts is also interested in biomarker development. He directs the Tissue Core of Duke's Breast Cancer SPORE and collaborates on numerous breast cancer related research projects with other investigators at Duke and elsewhere.
Associate Professor of Surgery
I am a breast cancer surgeon and health services researcher with a clinical practice entirely focused on the treatment of breast disease. My prior research has revolved around two major themes: 1) the doctor-patient relationship within oncology, and 2) high-value breast cancer care (i.e. evidence-based breast cancer treatment translating into high quality cancer care at lower health care costs). My long-standing interest in high value oncology care was initially sparked when I c
Robert W. Carr, Jr., Professor of Biomedical Engineering
Dr. Ramanujam is the Robert W. Carr Professor of Biomedical Engineering, and also a faculty member in the Global Health Institute and Dept. Pharmacology and Cell Biology at Duke University. She is an innovator, educator and entrepreneur and her mission is to develop and leverage technology to have the most wide reaching impact in women’s health. She directs the center for Global Women’s Health Technologies (GWHT), a partnership between the Pratt School of Engineering and the Duke
Professor of the Practice in Environmental Entrepreneurship
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