Department of Radiology, Harvard Medical School
Iam currently an Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School and an interventional radiologist on faculty at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, with a specific interest in interventional oncology and minimally-invasive therapies for primary and metastatic liver cancers. Prior to my clinical postdoctoral training, I completed two years as an NCI-funded research fellow in cancer radiology/interventional oncology in the Laboratory for Minimally Invasive Tumor Therapies at BIDMC. I subsequently completed clinical diagnostic radiology training at BIDMC/Harvard Medical School, and a clinical fellowship in interventional radiology at The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. With my active research interest in interventional radiology and oncologic treatments, including a specific focus on RF ablation of hepatic tumors, I have co-authored more than 30 original articles, along with several review articles and book chapters in the field. I am currently the Associate Director of the Minimally Invasive Tumor Therapy Laboratory in the Department of Radiology at BIDMC. My research focuses on strategies to improve understanding and overall clinical efficacy of locoregional thermal ablation therapies, with the goal of rapid translation of findings into strategies for improved clinical outcome.
Interventional oncology and minimally-invasive therapies for primary and metastatic liver cancers.