Kimberley S Samkoe, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Surgery
Adjunct Assistant Professor at Thayer School of Engineering
Ph.D. - 2007 - Biophysical Chemistry, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada
B.Sc.Hons. - 2001 - Biochemsitry, University of Regina, Regina, SK, Canada
Norris Cotton Cancer Center
One Medical Center Drive
Dartmouth Hitchcock Memorial Center
Lebanon NH 03756
Office: 536E Borwell
Image-derived arterial input function for quantitative fluorescence imaging of receptor-drug binding in vivo.
Advancing Molecular-Guided Surgery through probe development and testing in a moderate cost evaluation pipeline.
Nodal lymph flow quantified with afferent vessel input function allows differentiation between normal and cancer-bearing nodes.
Perfusion CT estimates photosensitizer uptake and biodistribution in a rabbit orthotopic pancreatic cancer model: a pilot study.
Tomography of epidermal growth factor receptor binding to fluorescent Affibody in vivo studied with magnetic resonance guided fluorescence recovery in varying orthotopic glioma sizes.
Comparison of Kinetic Models for Dual-Tracer Receptor Concentration Imaging in Tumors.
Pixel-based absorption correction for dual-tracer fluorescence imaging of receptor binding potential.
Microscopic lymph node tumor burden quantified by macroscopic dual-tracer molecular imaging.
Quantitative in vivo immunohistochemistry of epidermal growth factor receptor using a receptor concentration imaging approach.
Accounting for pharmacokinetic differences in dual-tracer receptor density imaging.