The oncologic image guided therapy research group focuses on the development of novel drug delivery systems and imaging techniques for assessing response to therapy. The major focus of this group is in the pre-clinical research arena where researchers are inventing new therapies for cancer where imaging is used to both guide therapy and assess response. Radiology researchers in this group collaborate with departments across campus including oncology, gastroenterology, gastrointestinal surgery, transplant surgery, hepatology, interventional radiology, chemistry, molecular biology and biomedical engineering.
Feinberg Radiology’s research in oncologic research includes:
- Molecular and cellular imaging for application in cancer and hepatic diseases
- Quantitative imaging of therapy response
- Materials for drug delivery
- Adoptive immunotherapy
- Ablation technologies
Learn more about our faculty active in oncologic imaging research via their Northwestern Scholars profiles.
Office of Research Administration
Contact the Research Administration and Support staff for assistance with many of the administrative requirements related to research.