David J. Gladstone, ScD
Professor of Medicine
Professor of Engineering, Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth
Harvard Medical School, Post Doctoral Fellowship 1991
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sc.D. 1989
University of Denver, B.S.Ch. 1983
Norris Cotton Cancer Center
Dartmouth Medical School
Hanover NH 03755
Office: 1 Medical Center Drive
Assistant: Pamela Easton
Asst. Phone: 603-650-6614
Asst. Email: Pamela.L.Easton@hitchcock.org
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.
Drug-eluding Brachytherapy Implants Co-I 5% NIH/NCI R42CA224646-02
Norris Cotton Cancer Center Core Co-Director 2% NIH/NCI $3,290,263 Grant Radiation Shared Resource
5P30 CA 23108-40
Optical Cherenkov calibration for human radiation therapy Co-I 8% NIH $423,145 R01EB023909
Lymph node metastases optical diagnostic and radiation therapy Co-I 5% US Army $498,530
ENG-56, ENG-157, ENG-167, ENG-168, ENG-192
Individual pulse monitoring and dose control system for pre-clinical implementation of FLASH-RT.
Remote dose imaging from Cherenkov light using spatially resolved CT calibration in breast radiotherapy.
Treatment Planning System for Electron FLASH Radiation Therapy: Open-Source for Clinical Implementation.
Color Cherenkov imaging of clinical radiation therapy.
Optimization of in vivo Cherenkov imaging dosimetry via spectral choices for ambient background lights and filtering.
Optical emission-based phantom to verify coincidence of radiotherapy and imaging isocenters on an MR-linac.
Spatial and temporal dosimetry of individual electron FLASH beam pulses using radioluminescence imaging.
Verification of field match lines in whole breast radiation therapy using Cherenkov imaging.
Visual Isocenter Position Enhanced Review (VIPER): a Cherenkov imaging-based solution for MR-linac daily QA.
Quantification of Oxygen Depletion During FLASH Irradiation In Vitro and In Vivo.