Asiri S. Ediriwickrema

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Cancer continues to be a prevalent and lethal disease, despite advances in tumor biology research and chemotherapy development. Major obstacles in cancer treatment arise from tumor heterogeneity, drug resistance, and systemic toxicities. Nanoscale delivery systems, or nanotherapies, are increasing in importance as vehicles for antineoplastic agents because(More)
INTRODUCTION Although there have been a few reports of coiling intracranial aneurysms in patients with sickle cell disease (SCD), there are no reports of intracranial stent placement in this patient population. A patient in whom stent placement was utilized as monotherapy to treat a blister-like aneurysm is described and the implications of SCD and(More)
Flow-diverting devices offer an exciting alternative for the management of large and giant intracranial aneurysms. However, the risk and mechanism of delayed aneurysmal rupture and hemorrhage following placement of these devices are not clearly understood. Two patients with similar symptomatic giant paraclinoid internal carotid artery aneurysms are(More)
This thesis details two studies using novel approaches to understand kidney transplant outcomes: instrumental variables and social network analysis. Together, these studies demonstrate the value of interdisciplinary approaches to advance the field of kidney trans-plantation. While some studies have found an association between delayed graft function (DGF)(More)
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