Richard J. Barth Jr, MD
Professor of Surgery
A.B. - Biochemical Sciences, Princeton, 1981.
M.D. - Harvard, 1985
Norris Cotton Cancer Center
1 Medical Center Drive
Lebanon NH 03756
This lab has been interested in understanding the immune response to tumors in vivo by characterizing the cytokines expressed by lymphocytes infiltrating tumors and the tumors themselves. We have recently demonstrated that CD40/CD154 interactions are crucial in the generation of anti-tumor immunity by tumor vaccines in mice. We are now actively investigating the mechanisms underlying this phenomenon, and are trying to exploit this in the generation of more effective vaccines.
Profiles of Surgical Entrepreneurs.
Association of Decreased Postsurgical Opioid Prescribing With Patients' Satisfaction With Surgeons.
A Randomized Prospective Trial of Supine MRI-Guided Versus Wire-Localized Lumpectomy for Breast Cancer.
Small and Isolated Immunohistochemistry-positive Cells in Melanoma Sentinel Lymph Nodes Are Associated With Disease-specific and Recurrence-free Survival Comparable to that of Sentinel Lymph Nodes Negative for Melanoma.
Borderline and Malignant Phyllodes Tumors: How Often do They Locally Recur and is There Anything we can do About it?
Impact of Autologous Blood Transfusion on Survival and Recurrence among Patients Undergoing Partial Hepatectomy for Colorectal Cancer Liver Metastases.
Review of methods for intraoperative margin detection for breast conserving surgery.
Association of the Use of a Mandatory Prescription Drug Monitoring Program With Prescribing Practices for Patients Undergoing Elective Surgery.
Short-term Preoperative Diet Decreases Bleeding After Partial Hepatectomy: Results From a Multi-institutional Randomized Controlled Trial.
Personal history of proliferative breast disease with atypia and risk of multifocal breast cancer.