Before graduate school I worked as an Image Analyst at Invicro, a global research partner to pharmaceutical, biotech, and contract research organizations, aiming to enhance drug discovery and development.
My general research interests are in anything to do with multimodal imaging and image analysis. Outside of academia, I enjoy hosting house concerts, coffee dates with friends, going on walks, watching movies, and reading books.
Gage Redler, Erik Pearson, Xinmin Liu, Inna Gertsenshteyn, Boris Epel, Charles Pelizzari, Bulent Aydogan, Ralph Weichselbaum, Howard Halpern, Rodney D Wiersma
International Journal of Radiation Oncology, Biology, Physics
Heejong Kim, Boris Epel, Subraman Sundramoorthy, Hsiu-Min Tsai, Eugene Barth, Inna Gertsenshteyn, Howard Halpern, Yuexuan Hua, Qingguo Xie, Chin-Tu Chen, Chien-Min Kao
Journal of Instrumentation, 2021
Inna Gertsenshteyn, Boris Epel, Eugene Barth, Lara Leoni, Erica Markiewicz, Hsiu-Ming Tsai, Xiaobing Fan, Mihai Giurcanu, Marta Zamora, Subramanian Sundramoorthy, Heejong Kim, Richard Freifelder, Mohammed Bhuiyan, Anna Kucharski, Gregory Karczmar, Chien-Min Kao, Howard Halpern, Chin-Tu Chen
Radiology: Imaging Cancer, vol. 3(2), 2021
Inna Gertsenshteyn, Mihai Giurcanu, Peter Vaupel, Howard Halpern
Journal of Physiology, vol. 599(6), 2021, pp. 1759-1767
News and upcoming presentations
July 29th, 2021: Oral presentation at the International Society on Oxygen Transport to Tissue on "Validation and correction of F-Misonidazole PET with pO2 EPR and
June 12th, 2021: Selected as the 1st place CMIIT Young Investigator Award recipient at the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging 2021 Annual Meeting, for abstract titled “Optimal F-Misonidazole PET threshold to locate SCC7 tumor hypoxia using EPR pO2 as ground truth.”
April 2021: Recipient of an NIH F31 Ruth L. Kirchstein National Research Service Award for my dissertation project: "Correcting F-Misonidazole PET with MRI and EPR to improve hypoxia-guided radiation therapy."
Improving Tumor Hypoxia Imaging by Integrating PET, EPR, and MRI.