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Robert j. gillies

Researcher
Deparment of Cancer Imaging and Metabolism
Moffitt Cancer Center
United States of America

Robert j. gillies

Biography

Dr. Robert J. Gillies is affiliated to Deparment of Cancer Imaging and Metabolism, Moffitt Cancer Center. Dr. Robert J. Gillies is currently providing services as Researcher. Dr. Robert J. Gillies has authored and co-authored multiple peer-reviewed scientific papers and presented works at many national and International conferences. Dr. Robert J. Gillies contributions have acclaimed recognition from honourable subject experts around the world. Dr. Robert J. Gillies is actively associated with different societies and academies. Dr. Robert J. Gillies academic career is decorated with several reputed awards and funding. Dr. Robert J. Gillies research interests include  Dr. Gillies and colleagues have identified targetable cell surface receptors in pancreatic, melanoma and breast cancers.  For agents designed to be applied locally, Dr. Gillies and colleagues have looked for single protein targets that are expressed in the cancer or pre-cancer, that are not expressed in normal not adjacent-normal tissues. .

Research Interest

 Dr. Gillies and colleagues have identified targetable cell surface receptors in pancreatic, melanoma and breast cancers.  For agents designed to be applied locally, Dr. Gillies and colleagues have looked for single protein targets that are expressed in the cancer or pre-cancer, that are not expressed in normal not adjacent-normal tissues. 

Publications

  • Caudell JJ, Torres-Roca JF, Gillies RJ, Enderling H, Kim S, Rishi A, Moros EG, Harrison LB. The future of personalised radiotherapy for head and neck cancer. The Lancet Oncology. 2017 Apr 26.

  • Ibrahim-Hashim A, Robertson-Tessi M, Enriquez-Navas PM, Damaghi M, Balagurunathan Y, Wojtkowiak JW, Russell S, Yoonseok K, Lloyd MC, Bui MM, Brown JS. Defining cancer subpopulations by adaptive strategies rather than molecular properties provides novel insights into intratumoral evolution. Cancer Research. 2017 May 1;77(9):2242-54.

  • Permuth JB, Chen DT, Yoder SJ, Li J, Smith AT, Choi JW, Kim J, Balagurunathan Y, Jiang K, Coppola D, Centeno BA. Linc-ing Circulating Long Non-coding RNAs to the Diagnosis and Malignant Prediction of Intraductal Papillary Mucinous Neoplasms of the Pancreas. Scientific Reports. 2017;7.

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