Do Radiologists Have Stage Fright? Tumor Staging and How We Can Add Value to the Care of Patients with Cancer.

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10.1148/radiol.2015151563

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Glastonbury, Christine M, Priya R Bhosale, Peter L Choyke, Carl J D'Orsi, Jeremy J Erasmus, Ritu R Gill, Suresh K Mukherji, David M Panicek, et al. (2016). Do Radiologists Have Stage Fright? Tumor Staging and How We Can Add Value to the Care of Patients with Cancer. Radiology, 278(1). pp. 11–12. 10.1148/radiol.2015151563 Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/18035.

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Subramaniam

Rathan Markandan Subramaniam

Adjunct Professor in the Department of Radiology

I am a Neuroradiologist and Nuclear Medicine physician with academic interest in cancer imaging, epigenetics, cancer care delivery, focused on head and neck cancer and a co-chair (imaging) of multi-institutional therapeutic clinical trials in head and neck cancer. 

Sullivan

Daniel Carl Sullivan

Professor Emeritus of Radiology

Research interests are in oncologic imaging, especially the clinical evaluation and validation of imaging biomarkers for therapeutic response assessment.


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