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Xianjin Dai, PhD, DABR
Clinical Assistant Professor, Radiation Oncology - Radiation Physics
Current Research and Scholarly InterestsAI in Medicine
Optical Imaging (Microscopy, OCT, DOT, FMT)
Postdoctoral Scholar, Radiation Physics
BioNeel is a postdoc fellow in the Pratx lab at Stanford University. He is currently working on the role of radiotherapy in cancer cell death and the various mechanism involved in radio-induced cell death. Neel comes from a very small town in Odisha, India (Athgarh) and had schooling in his hometown. He had a keen interest in animal biology and started his B.S in Zoology at Gopabandhu Science College, Athgarh. Later he did his M.S in Zoology from Sambalpur University, Odisha, India. He carried out his doctoral studies at the Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee in the lab of Prof. Partha Roy. His main study was on the anti-cancer activity of various natural-based products and their mechanism of action. Neel is a trained cell and molecular biologist. His research interest includes- Cancer cell death mechanisms and developing therapeutics for cancer stem cells and metastasis.
Clinical Instructor, Radiation Oncology - Radiation Physics
BioPiotr Dubrowski is a Canadian trained and board-certified Therapy Medical Physicist. Throughout his career Piotr has had the opportunity to bring several new Cancer Clinics operational from the ground up, where he was able to hone a broad, systems-approach to Radiation Oncology. He was recently promoted to Associate Quality Director of Physics responsible for improving patient safety and workflow/technology improvements across a wide cancer care network. Piotr’s research interests focus mainly on improving the treatment planning process and increasing clinic safety through software development and hardware 3D-print prototyping. Additionally, Piotr has sought out opportunities to give back to the Global community with participation in the Stanford Global Radiation Oncology Outreach efforts expanding education and access to care in Tanzania and Kenya and throughout the developing world via online Radiation Therapy courses.