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Paul Stauffer, MSEE, CCE

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111 South 11th Street
Room G-302A, Bodine Center
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 503-8825

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Simulation techniques in hyperthermia treatment planning
  2. Thermal modelling using discrete vasculature for thermal therapy: A review
  3. The impact of temperature and urinary constituents on urine viscosity and its relevance to bladder hyperthermia treatment
  4. Study of the one dimensional and transient bioheat transfer equation: Multi-layer solution development and applications
  5. Preclinical assessment of comfort and secure fit of thermobrachytherapy surface applicator (TBSA) on volunteer subjects.
  6. Preclinical assessment of comfort and secure fit of thermobrachytherapy surface applicator (TBSA) on volunteer subjects
  7. Thermal dose fractionation affects tumour physiological response
  8. Miniature microwave applicator for murine bladder hyperthermia studies
  9. A heterogeneous human tissue mimicking phantom for RF heating and MRI thermal monitoring verification
  10. Utility of treatment planning for thermochemotherapy treatment of nonmuscle invasive bladder carcinoma
  11. Non-invasive vesicoureteral reflux detection: Heating risk studies for a new device
  12. Vesicoureteral reflux in children: A phantom study of microwave heating and radiometric thermometry of pediatric bladder
  13. Evolution of antenna performance for applications in thermal medicine
  14. Detection of vesicoureteral reflux using microwave radiometrysystem characterization with tissue phantoms
  15. Microwave radiometry for non-invasive detection of vesicoureteral reflux (VUR) following bladder warming
  16. Improved hyperthermia treatment control using SAR/temperature simulation and PRFS magnetic resonance thermal imaging
  17. Design of medical radiometer front-end for improved performance
  18. Design of small-sized and low-cost front end to medical microwave radiometer
  19. Conformal microwave array (CMA) applicators for hyperthermia of diffuse chest wall recurrence
  20. Modeling the detectability of vesicoureteral reflux using microwave radiometry
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