David J. Gladstone
Professor of Medicine
Adjunct Professor of Engineering, Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth
Chief of Clinical Physics, Norris Cotton Cancer Center
Harvard Medical School, Post Doctoral Fellowship 1991
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sc.D. 1989
University of Denver, B.S.Ch. 1983
EPR Center at Dartmouth Medical School
Norris Cotton Cancer Center
Dartmouth Medical School
Hanover NH 03755
Office: 1 Medical Center Drive
Assistant: Pamela Easton Langlois
Asst. Phone: 603-650-6614
Asst. Email: email@example.com
Ultra conformal radiation therapy to spare normal tissues from damage secondary to treatment. Image guided radiation therapy, biological gating of therapeutic X-ray beams, image guided brachytherapy. Cherenkov emission during radiotherapy. EPR dosimetry.
NIH/PO1 GM51630-05 Physics Consultant
NIH / NCI 1R43CA78005-01 - Phase II Co-Investigator
ACS grant #IRG82-003016IRG IRG-157M PI
NIH/NCI P01 CA23108-35 Co-director Radiation Shared Resource
NIH/NCI R43 CA103567-01 Co-Investigator
ENG-56, ENG-157, ENG-167, ENG-168, ENG-192
Cherenkov imaging method for rapid optimization of clinical treatment geometry in total skin electron beam therapy.
Quantitative analysis of brass compensators for commissioning of the Pinnacle planning system for IMRT.
Cherenkov radiation fluence estimates in tissue for molecular imaging and therapy applications.
Optical cone beam tomography of Cherenkov-mediated signals for fast 3D dosimetry of x-ray photon beams in water.
Camera selection for real-time in vivo radiation treatment verification systems using Cherenkov imaging.
Cherenkoscopy based patient positioning validation and movement tracking during post-lumpectomy whole breast radiation therapy.
Cherenkov excited phosphorescence-based pO2 estimation during multi-beam radiation therapy: phantom and simulation studies.
Optical dosimetry of radiotherapy beams using Cherenkov radiation: the relationship between light emission and dose.
Video-rate optical dosimetry and dynamic visualization of IMRT and VMAT treatment plans in water using Cherenkov radiation.
Cherenkov video imaging allows for the first visualization of radiation therapy in real time.