Publications


2017                                                                                  

11. Feasibility study for using fall-off gradients of early and late PET scans for proton range verification 
J Cho, K Grogg, CH Min, X Zhu, H Paganetti, HC Lee, and G El Fakhri
Medical Physics 44 (2017) DOI: 10.1002/mp.12191

 

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2016                                                                                   

10. Development of PET-detectable bimetallic (Zn@Au) nanoparticles
J Cho, M Wang, C Gonzalez-Lepera, O Mawlawi, and SH Cho
Medical Physics 43 (2016) 4775-88

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9. Characterizing proton-activated materials to develop PET-mediated proton range verification markers
J Cho, G Ibbott, M Kerr, R Amos, F Stingo, O Mawlawi et al
Physics in Medicine and Biology 61 (2016) N291-310

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8. Quantitative investigation of physical factors contributing to gold nanoparticle–mediated proton dose enhancement
J Cho,  C Gonzalez-Lepera, N Manohar, M Kerr, S Krishnan, and SH Cho
Physics in Medicine and Biology 61 (2016) 2562-81

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7. Feasibility of hydrogel fiducial markers for in vivo proton range verification using PET
J Cho, P Campbell, M Wang, M Alqathami, O Mawlawi, M Kerr, and SH Cho
Physics in Medicine and Biology 61 (2016) 2162-76 (Featured Article at MedicalPhysicsWeb)

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2014                                                                       

6. An anthropomorphic spine phantom for proton beam approval in NCI-funded trials
J Cho, P Summers and G S Ibbott
Journal of applied clinical medical physics Vol 15 (2014) No 3 252-265

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2013                                                                       

5. Feasibility of proton-activated implantable markers for proton range verification using PET
J Cho, G Ibbott, M Gillin, C Gonzalez-Lepera, U Titt, H Paganetti, M Kerr and O Mawlawi
Physics in Medicine and Biology 58 (2013) 7497-7512 (Featured Article at MedicalPhysicsWeb)

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4. Regarding tissue elemental composition calculation from  Dynamic PET/CT measurements of induced positron activity in a prostate cancer patient after 50-MV photon radiation therapy
J Cho, G Ibbott and O Mawlawi
European Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging
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3. Determination of elemental tissue composition following proton treatment using positron emission tomography
J Cho, G Ibbott, M Gillin, C Gonzalez-Lepera, C H Min, X Zhu, G El Fakhri, H Paganetti and O Mawlawi
Physics in Medicine and Biology 58 (2013) 3815-35

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2. Proton Beam Range Verification using off-Site PET by Imaging Novel Proton-Activated Fiducials
J Cho, GS Ibbott, R Amos, M Kerr, O Mawlawi
IEEE NSS/MIC/RTSD Conference Record (2013) M21-41

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2009                                                                       

1. A practical approach for electron monitor unit calculation
D Choi, B Patyal, J Cho, I Y Cheng and P Nookala
Physics in Medicine and Biology 54 (2009) N367-74

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