Nuclear medicine, Radiation therapy, Optics, Cone beam computed tomography and Medical imaging are his primary areas of study. Specifically, his work in Nuclear medicine is concerned with the study of Imaging phantom. In his research, Spatial frequency is intimately related to Tomographic reconstruction, which falls under the overarching field of Imaging phantom.
David A. Jaffray has included themes like Lumpectomy, Medical physics and Lung in his Radiation therapy study. His Cone beam computed tomography course of study focuses on Computed radiography and Iterative reconstruction and Fluoroscopy. The Medical imaging study combines topics in areas such as Image sensor, Cancer, Image processing, Detective quantum efficiency and Dosimetry.
David A. Jaffray mainly focuses on Nuclear medicine, Radiation therapy, Optics, Medical imaging and Medical physics. David A. Jaffray studied Nuclear medicine and Cone beam computed tomography that intersect with Computed radiography. His studies examine the connections between Radiation therapy and genetics, as well as such issues in Prostate cancer, with regards to Prostate.
His research related to Detector, Beam, Radiation, Collimator and Image resolution might be considered part of Optics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Image processing and Image sensor, Iterative reconstruction, Computer vision. The concepts of his Imaging phantom study are interwoven with issues in Image quality and Biomedical engineering.
His primary areas of study are Radiation therapy, Nuclear medicine, Medical physics, Imaging phantom and Radiology. His Radiation therapy research includes themes of Cervical cancer, Cancer, Prostate cancer and Radiation. His study of Dosimetry is a part of Nuclear medicine.
His work in Medical physics addresses issues such as Image-guided radiation therapy, which are connected to fields such as Cone beam computed tomography. His Imaging phantom study is concerned with the larger field of Optics. Within one scientific family, David A. Jaffray focuses on topics pertaining to Radiation treatment planning under Voxel, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Artificial intelligence.
David A. Jaffray mainly investigates Radiation therapy, Nuclear medicine, Cancer research, Radiology and Medical physics. David A. Jaffray has researched Radiation therapy in several fields, including Cancer cell, Cancer, Clinical trial and Hypoxia. His Nuclear medicine research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Radiosurgery, Voxel, Cone beam computed tomography and Optic nerve.
The various areas that David A. Jaffray examines in his Cone beam computed tomography study include Gamma knife, Quality assurance, Clinical evaluation and Image-guided radiation therapy. His work on Chemo-radiotherapy as part of general Radiology research is frequently linked to Context, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Medical physics research includes elements of Routine clinical practice, Volumetric image, Cone beam ct and Radiotherapy image guided.
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Flat-panel cone-beam computed tomography for image-guided radiation therapy
David A Jaffray;Jeffrey H Siewerdsen;John W Wong;Alvaro A Martinez.
International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology Physics (2002)
The use of active breathing control (ABC) to reduce margin for breathing motion
John W Wong;Michael B Sharpe;David A Jaffray;Vijay R Kini.
International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology Physics (1999)
Cone‐beam computed tomography with a flat‐panel imager: Magnitude and effects of x‐ray scatter
Jeffrey H. Siewerdsen;David A. Jaffray.
Medical Physics (2001)
Cone‐beam computed tomography with a flat‐panel imager: Initial performance characterization
D. A. Jaffray;J. H. Siewerdsen.
Medical Physics (2000)
Gold Nanoparticles as Radiation Sensitizers in Cancer Therapy
Devika B. Chithrani;Salomeh Jelveh;Farid Jalali;Monique van Prooijen.
Radiation Research (2010)
Expanding global access to radiotherapy
Rifat Atun;David A Jaffray;David A Jaffray;David A Jaffray;Michael B Barton;Freddie Bray.
Lancet Oncology (2015)
Advances in Image-Guided Radiation Therapy
Laura A. Dawson;David A. Jaffray.
Journal of Clinical Oncology (2007)
Gold nanoparticles for applications in cancer radiotherapy: Mechanisms and recent advancements.
Sohyoung Her;David A. Jaffray;Christine Allen;Christine Allen.
Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews (2017)
Cone-beam computed tomography with a flat-panel imager
David A Jaffrey;デイヴィッド エイ ジャフリー;John W Wong;ジョン ダブリュー ウォン.
Accuracy of finite element model‐based multi‐organ deformable image registration
K. K. Brock;M. B. Sharpe;L. A. Dawson;S. M. Kim.
Medical Physics (2005)
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