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Adults (18-65), Geriatrics (65+)
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Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
3400 Spruce Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
A facility of the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
immuno-oncology, interventional oncology, cancer, cancer biology, immunotherapy, cell biology, cell physiology, animal models, translational research, vascular disease, health policy, health economics, GIS, artificial intelligence, ultrasound, AVUS, embolization, ablation, abscopal effect
Perkons Nicholas R, Kiefer Ryan M, Noji Michael C, Pourfathi Mehrdad, Ackerman Daniel, Siddiqui Sarmad, Tischfield David, Profka Enri, Johnson Omar, Pickup Stephen, Mancuso Anthony, Pantel Austin, Denburg Michelle R, Nadolski Gregory J, Hunt Stephen J, Furth Emma E, Kadlecek Stephen, Gade Terence P F: Hyperpolarized Metabolic Imaging Detects Latent Hepatocellular Carcinoma Domains Surviving Locoregional Therapy. Hepatology 72 (1): 140-154,2020.
Lam Marnix G E H, Hunt Stephen J, El-Haddad Ghassan E, Alavi Abass: Evolving Role of PET in Interventional Radiology-Based Oncology Procedures. PET clinics 14 (4): xiii-xiv,2019.
Julia C D’Souza, Laith R Sultan, Stephen J Hunt, Mrigendra B Karmacharya, Angela K Brice, Andrew AK Wood, Chandra M Sehgal: Multimodal Sonographic Assessment of Hepatocellular Carcinoma Response to
Antivascular Therapy IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium : 974-977,2019.
Julia C. D’Souza1, Laith R. Sultan, Stephen J. Hunt, 2, Terence P. Gade, Mrigendra B. Karmacharya, Susan M. Schultz, Angela K. Brice, Andrew K. W. Wood, Chandra M. Sehgal: Microbubble-enhanced ultrasound for the antivascular
treatment and monitoring of hepatocellular carcinoma Nanotheranostics 3 : 331-341,2019.
Alexander Erica S, Nadolski Gregory J, Soulen Michael C, Stavropoulos S William, Hunt Stephen J, Gade Terence P, Itkin Maxim, Shamimi-Noori Susan: Iatrogenic celiac and hepatic artery dissections during intra-arterial regional tumor therapies: a 16-year retrospective review. Abdominal radiology (New York) 44 (10): 3480-3485,2019.
Seraj Siavash Mehdizadeh, Ayubcha Cyrus, Zadeh Mahdi Zirakchian, Alavi Abass, Hunt Stephen J: The Evolving Role of PET-Based Novel Quantitative Techniques in the Interventional Radiology Procedures of the Liver. PET clinics 14 (4): 419-425,2019.
Hunt Stephen J, Seraj Siavash Mehdizadeh, Alavi Abass: PET Assessment of Immune Effects from Interventional Oncology Procedures. PET clinics 14 (4): 477-485,2019.
Tischfield David J, Ackerman Daniel, Noji Michael, Chen James X, Johnson Omar, Perkons Nicholas R, Nadolski Gregory J, Hunt Stephen J, Soulen Michael C, Furth Emma E, Gade Terence P: Establishment of hepatocellular carcinoma patient-derived xenografts from image-guided percutaneous biopsies. Scientific reports 9 (1): 10546,2019.
Erinjeri Joseph P, Fine Gabriel C, Adema Gosse J, Ahmed Muneeb, Chapiro Julius, den Brok Martijn, Duran Rafael, Hunt Stephen J, Johnson D Thor, Ricke Jens, Sze Daniel Y, Toskich Beau Bosko, Wood Bradford J, Woodrum David, Goldberg S Nahum: Immunotherapy and the Interventional Oncologist: Challenges and Opportunities-A Society of Interventional Oncology White Paper. Radiology 292 (1): 25-34,2019.
Wu Jing, Chang Joshua, Bai Harrison X, Su Chang, Zhang Paul J, Karakousis Giorgos, Reddy Shilpa, Hunt Stephen, Soulen Michael C, Stavropoulos S William, Zhang Zishu: A Comparison of Cryoablation with Heat-Based Thermal Ablation for Treatment of Clinical T1a Renal Cell Carcinoma: A National Cancer Database Study. JVIR 30 (7): 1027-1033.e3,2019.
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