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Grant Support

Start year End year Title Source Position
1. 2009 Principal Investigator Title of grant Granting Organization
2. 2004 2009 Orthogonal compound ultrasound for cancer detection and therapies” ($393,750), P.I. Major goal: To develop methodologies and system components for dual-scan 3D orthogonal compound ultrasound for prostate brachytherapy applications. NCI R21 CA102236
3. 2008 Robotic Tracking Radiation Robotic Tracking Radiation Therapy (RT 2)” ($775,000), Program Director. This research contract is under University counsel review. Elekta Research Grant
4. 2008 SCOUT Center Grant (U54) Planning/Submission ($25,000), P.I. Kimmel Cancer Center Research Fund
5. 2006 2008 Multi-channel Robotic System for Concurrent Delivery and Immobilization of Interstitial Therapeutic Agents” ($348,139), Co-P.I. The major goal is to design and develop a multi-channel robotic system that can improve the brachytherapy source delivery. The specific aims are DoD/CDMRP - PC050733
6. 2005 Sono-Contrast Induced Functional Imaging and Spectroscopy” ($1,168,508), P.I. NCI R33 CA107860
7. 2004 2005 Sono-Contrast Induced Functional Imaging and Spectroscopy” ($168,212), P.I. Major goal: Demonstrate feasibility and evaluate design of a Sono-contrast Induced Functional Imaging and Spectroscopy system for non-invasive cancer diagnosis and disease classification. NCI R21 CA107860
8. 2002 2004 Ultrasound-based seed detection for prostate brachytherapy” ($56,063), P.I. Amersham Health #02-ECH-001
9. 2003 Robot-Assisted Platform for Intratumoral Delivery (RAPID)” ($2,521,553), P.I. Major goal: To develop a Robot-Assisted Platform for Intratumoral Delivery (RAPID) for integrated treatment of prostate cancer, and to demonstrate the safety, efficacy and clinical effectiveness through a series of pre-clinical and clinical studies NCI R01 CA91763
10. 1999 2001 PIPER: Prostate Implant Planning Engine for Radiotherapy” ($600,000), P.I. NIH/NCI R44 CA78115
11. 1999 Department of Urology, University of Rochester, P.I. Cancer Research Fund ($20,000)
12. 1998 1999 PIPER—Prostate Implant Planning Engine for Radiotherapy” ($125,000), P.I. NIH/NCI R43 CA78115
13. 1996 1999 Optimization of prostate implants in radiation oncology” ($140,000), P.I. Whitaker Foundation Biomedical Engineering Research Grant
14. 1996 A virtual laboratory for the optimization of prostate implants” ($12,000), Investigator. American Cancer Society IRG-18


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