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

Quinn Rainer graduated from our T32 Training Program

Quinn joined the Surgical Planning Laboratory in the summer of 2023 and worked on multiple clinical research projects investigating the diagnosis of prostate cancer with image-guided biopsy techniques, digital pathology-radiology correlation, and treatment screening with implantable microdevices. He presented his work at two separate research symposiums at Mass General Brigham. His project, titled Transperineal 3T MRI-guided and Transrectal MRI-Ultrasound Fusion Prostate Biopsies: Do Lesion Location and Size Impact Diagnostic Yield?, demonstrated that the detection of clinically significant prostate cancer can vary between biopsy methods based on the location of small lesions, and such characteristics may factor into clinical decision-making in the future. He is excited to be continuing his work in diagnostics in Boston and starting his pathology residency at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in July 2024.

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