Lei Xing Lab In the Department of Radiation Oncology
Lei Xing, Ph.D.
Jacob Haimson Professor

GI Cancers conference

is the Director of Physics Division, Core Faculty at MIPS with over 180 refereed publications.

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Nov 30 & Dec 1, 2012 | STANFORD

GI Cancers conference

Stanford SBRT Symposium

Include lectures from experienced oncologists, medical physicists, and neurosurgeons
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Jul 29-Aug 2, 2012 | CHARLOTTE


Lei Xing, PhDAAPM 54th Annual Meeting

Includes imaging, therapy, continuing education tracks and much more.
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October 28-31, 2012 | BOSTON


ASTRO 54th Annual Meeting

The theme for this year is to "Advancing Patient Care Through Innovation".
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Xing Lab

Our vision is to be a premier laboratory of medical imaging, physics and engineering in the world committed to excellence and innovation in both scientific research and technical development. We are embarking a systematic research on various important issues in radiation oncology and image-guided interventions by combining our strengths in imaging, physical sciences, engineering, biology and medicine. Our current research is focused on:

  • Development and clinical integration of novel medical imaging devices and image reconstruction techniques
  • Image processing and patient modeling
  • Real-time image guided and adaptive radiation therapy
  • Nanotechnology and its applications in imaging and therapeutics
  • Biological imaging for radiation biology and clinical applications
  • Treatment planning and dose optimization for modern radiation therapy
  • Radiobiology modeling and biologically conformal radiation therapy

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Latest Lab News

Ruijiang Li received is the recipient of the 2011 Annual Meeting Scientific Abstract Award presented at the ASTRO meeting in Miami. Excellent work! His abstract was also featured in the Oct. Varian Newsletter.

Ran Davidi has been awarded a postdoctoral fellowship from the Prostate Cancer Research Program (PCRP) of Department of Defense! Congratulations, Ran, and keep up great work!

A paper entitled "Bridging the Gap between IMRT and VMAT: Dense Angularly Sampled and Sparse Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy (DASSIM-RT)" by Ruijiang Li and Lei Xing was selected to be highlighted under the Editor's Picks column for the August issue .. More »

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