Kimberley S Samkoe, PhD
Adjunct 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
Examining the Feasibility of Quantifying Receptor Availability Using Cross-Modality Paired-Agent Imaging.
TRIPODD: a Novel Fluorescence Imaging Platform for In Situ Quantification of Drug Distribution and Therapeutic Response.
Is Tumor Cell Specificity Distinct from Tumor Selectivity In Vivo?: A Quantitative NIR Molecular Imaging Analysis of Nanoliposome Targeting.
Intraoperative Detection of Micrometastases in Whole Excised Lymph Nodes Using Fluorescent Paired-Agent Imaging Principles: Identification of a Suitable Staining and Rinsing Protocol.
Task-based evaluation of fluorescent-guided cancer surgery as a means of identifying optimal imaging agent properties in the context of variability in tumor- and healthy-tissue physiology.
Hyperspectral imaging and spectral unmixing for improving whole-body fluorescence cryo-imaging.
Visualization and quantification of pancreatic tumor stroma in fresh tissue via ultraviolet surface excitation.
Prediction of optimal contrast times post-imaging agent administration to inform personalized fluorescence-guided surgery.
Noninvasive quantification of target availability during therapy using paired-agent fluorescence tomography.
Dual-agent fluorescent labeling of soft-tissue sarcomas improves the contrast based upon targeting both interstitial and cellular components of the tumor milieu.