Philadelphia University + Thomas Jefferson University
Jefferson College of Health Professions
Department of
Radiologic Sciences

Wu, Andrew

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Andrew Wu, PhD, DABR, DAMP, FAAPM

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901 Walnut Street
Suite 717
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 503-2559
(215) 503-1031 fax

Education

PhD, Temple University

University Appointment

Clinical Professor

Publications

Most Recent Peer-Reviewed Publications

  1. Multi-scale regularization approaches of non-parametric deformable registrations
  2. A New Approach to Reduce Number of Split Fields in Large Field IMRT
  3. Dose Sparing of Brainstem and Spinal Cord for Re-Irradiating Recurrent Head and Neck Cancer with Intensity-Modulated Radiotherapy
  4. A method incorporating 4DCT data for evaluating the dosimetric effects of respiratory motion in single-arc IMAT
  5. Biological impact of geometric uncertainties: What margin is needed for intra-hepatic tumors?
  6. SU‐GG‐J‐85: A Method Incorporating 4DCT Data for Evaluating the Dosimetric Effects of Respiratory Motion in Single Arc IMAT
  7. Response to the "comments on Dosimetric evaluations of the interplay effect in respiratory-gated intensity-modulated radiation therapy'" [Med. Phys. 36, 2340 (2009)]
  8. SU‐FF‐T‐112: Dose Sparing of Brainstem and Spinal Cord for Re‐Irradiating Recurrent Head and Neck Cancer with Intensity Modulated Radiotherapy
  9. Dosimetric evaluations of the interplay effect in respiratory-gated intensity-modulated radiation therapy
  10. Analysis of organ motion effects on the effective fluences for liver IMRT
  11. Breast skin doses from brachytherapy using MammoSite® HDR, intensity modulated radiation therapy, and tangential fields techniques
  12. Four-dimensional computed tomography-based respiratory-gated whole-abdominal intensity-modulated radiation therapy for ovarian cancer: A feasibility study
  13. Localizing moving targets and organs using motion-managed CTs
  14. Abdominal organ motion measured using 4D CT
  15. Intensity modulated radiation therapy (IMRT) reduces the dose to the contralateral breast when compared to conventional tangential fields for primary breast irradiation
  16. Does breast size affect the scatter dose to the ipsilateral lung, heart, or contralateral breast in primary breast irradiation using intensity-modulated radiation therapy (IMRT)?
  17. Not all 2 gray radiation prescriptions are equivalent: Cytotoxic effect depends on delivery sequences of partial fractionated doses
  18. SU‐FF‐T‐88: Study of Merits On IMRT with Gating Technique for Treatment of Intrahepatic Cancer
  19. Hybrid PET-CT simulation for radiation treatment planning in head-and-neck cancers: A brief technical report
  20. Intensity-modulated radiation therapy (IMRT) reduces the dose to the contralateral breast when compared to conventional tangential fields for primary breast irradiation: Initial report

Professional Societies

American Board of Radiology
American College of Medical Physics