His scientific interests lie mostly in Surgery, Cancer research, Glioma, Magnetic resonance imaging and Pathology. His study looks at the relationship between Surgery and fields such as Intensive care medicine, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. The concepts of his Cancer research study are interwoven with issues in Cell growth, Cell culture, Immunology and In vivo.
His Glioma research focuses on Internal medicine and how it connects with Messenger RNA and Oncology. His research in Magnetic resonance imaging intersects with topics in Three dimensional planning and Surgical planning. His Pathology research includes themes of Stem cell and Neural stem cell.
Peter McL. Black mainly investigates Surgery, Internal medicine, Pathology, Radiology and Cancer research. His research related to Radiation therapy, Neurosurgery, Craniotomy, Central nervous system disease and Hydrocephalus might be considered part of Surgery. His work carried out in the field of Internal medicine brings together such families of science as Endocrinology, Oncology and Meningioma.
Peter McL. Black is studying Brain tumor, which is a component of Pathology. His Radiology and Magnetic resonance imaging and Intraoperative MRI investigations all form part of his Radiology research activities. His work in Glioma and Angiogenesis are all subfields of Cancer research research.
His main research concerns Bladder cancer, Internal medicine, Oncology, Urology and Surgery. His Bladder cancer research includes elements of Cancer research and Chemotherapy. His Cancer research research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Cell cycle progression and Tumor growth.
In general Internal medicine study, his work on Prostate cancer and Incidence often relates to the realm of In patient, thereby connecting several areas of interest. The study incorporates disciplines such as Non muscle invasive, Pathological, Urothelial carcinoma and Renal function in addition to Urology. His work is connected to Radiation therapy and Retrospective cohort study, as a part of Surgery.
Bladder cancer, Surgery, Urology, Internal medicine and Prostate cancer are his primary areas of study. The various areas that Peter McL. Black examines in his Bladder cancer study include Cancer research, Clinical trial, Chemotherapy and MEDLINE. As part of the same scientific family, Peter McL. Black usually focuses on Cancer research, concentrating on Aneuploidy and intersecting with Carcinoma.
His work on Retrospective cohort study as part of general Surgery research is frequently linked to Engel classification, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Gastroenterology, Oncology and Pulsed-field gel electrophoresis. His research integrates issues of Radiation therapy and Gerontology in his study of Prostate cancer.
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Prediction of central nervous system embryonal tumour outcome based on gene expression
Scott L. Pomeroy;Pablo Tamayo;Michelle Gaasenbeek;Lisa M. Sturla.
Neural stem cells display extensive tropism for pathology in adult brain: evidence from intracranial gliomas.
Karen S. Aboody;Alice Brown;Nikolai G. Rainov;Kate A. Bower.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2000)
Gene expression-based classification of malignant gliomas correlates better with survival than histological classification.
Catherine L. Nutt;D. R. Mani;Rebecca A. Betensky;Pablo Tamayo.
Cancer Research (2003)
Development and implementation of intraoperative magnetic resonance imaging and its neurosurgical applications.
Peter McL. Black;Thomas Moriarty;Eben Alexander;Philip Stieg.
Long-term mortality after transsphenoidal surgery and adjunctive therapy for acromegaly
Brooke Swearingen;Fred G. Barker;Laurence Katznelson;Beverly M. K. Biller.
The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism (1998)
Diagnosing idiopathic normal-pressure hydrocephalus.
Norman Relkin;Anthony Marmarou;Petra Klinge;Marvin Bergsneider.
Stereotactic Radiosurgery for the Definitive, Noninvasive Treatment of Brain Metastases
Eben Alexander;Thomas M. Moriarty;Roger B. Davis;Patrick Y. Wen.
Journal of the National Cancer Institute (1995)
Automated segmentation of MR images of brain tumors
Michael R. Kaus;Simon K. Warfield;Arya Nabavi;Peter M. Black.
Cellular-Telephone Use and Brain Tumors
Peter D. Inskip;Robert E. Tarone;Elizabeth E. Hatch;Timothy C. Wilcosky.
The New England Journal of Medicine (2001)
Microvessel Density Is a Prognostic Indicator for Patients with Astroglial Brain Tumors
Steven P. Leon;Rebecca D. Folkerth;Peter McL. Black.
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