Kimberley S Samkoe, PhD
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
Application of Fluorescence-Guided Surgery to Subsurface Cancers Requiring Wide Local Excision: Literature Review and Novel Developments Toward Indirect Visualization.
Development and evaluation of a connective tissue phantom model for subsurface visualization of cancers requiring wide local excision.
Assessing daylight & low-dose rate photodynamic therapy efficacy, using biomarkers of photophysical, biochemical and biological damage metrics in situ.
Toxicity and Pharmacokinetic Profile for Single-Dose Injection of ABY-029: a Fluorescent Anti-EGFR Synthetic Affibody Molecule for Human Use.
Simultaneous <i>In Vivo</i> Fluorescent Markers for Perfusion, Protoporphyrin Metabolism, and EGFR Expression for Optically Guided Identification of Orthotopic Glioma.
Optical tracer size differences allow quantitation of active pumping rate versus Stokes-Einstein diffusion in lymphatic transport.
Comparing desferrioxamine and light fractionation enhancement of ALA-PpIX photodynamic therapy in skin cancer.
Review of fluorescence guided surgery systems: identification of key performance capabilities beyond indocyanine green imaging.
Fluorescent Affibody Molecule Administered In Vivo at a Microdose Level Labels EGFR Expressing Glioma Tumor Regions.
Vision 20/20: Molecular-guided surgical oncology based upon tumor metabolism or immunologic phenotype: Technological pathways for point of care imaging and intervention.