Gillian Kaplan

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Spatial normalization is a crucial step in assessing patterns of neuroanatomical structure and function associated with health and disease. Errors that occur during spatial normalization can influence hypothesis testing due to the dimensionalities of mapping algorithms and anatomical manifolds (landmarks, curves, surfaces, volumes) used to drive the mapping(More)
A silicon-on-insulator diode array with a sensitive depth of 10 microns has been developed for microdosimetry in proton therapy. The detector was coupled to a radiation-hard charge sensitive amplifier with the probe assembly capable of measuring a LET down to 1.2 keV/µm. The device has been successfully tested at two proton therapy centers: The 230 The(More)
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