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Radiation Biology

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Research in the Radiation Biology section is focused on utilizing interdisciplinary advances in cell and molecular biology as well as translational research to develop novel therapeutic approaches that will enhance our ability to treat cancer. Areas of ongoing research include the role of oxidative stress/inflammation in radiation-induced normal tissue injury, interventional approaches to modulate radiation-induced late effects, and anti-tumor approaches including radiosensitization, modulation of angiogenesis and the tumor microenvironment, and gene targeting for cancer.


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