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AT-NCIGT - The National Center for Advanced Technologies for Image Guided Therapy

Instructor in Radiation Oncology, Harvard Medical School

I am a researcher in the field of medical image processing and analysis with an interest in data management. I have a broad background in computational physics, including data analysis, molecular-scale simulations, and analytical calculations. I started my scientific career in theoretical polymer physics and later switched to the biomedical field, where I used my quantitative analysis skills. At the Department of Radiation Oncology, MGH, I developed software for medical applications and gained extensive experience in algorithms for deformable image registration, allowing a deep understanding of the analysis challenges specific to medical imaging. My recent research focuses on diffusion-weighted MRI for skeletal muscle characterization in application to soft tissue tumor spread modeling. Within NCIGT, my role is to develop an infrastructure for data curation, processing, and sharing.

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