We are very proud of Four PhD students who have successfully defended their theses that made use of REQUITE data:
Gilles Defraene defended his PhD and had the manuscript accepted (January 2018): “Image based quantification of radiation induced lung damage”.
Tim Rattay defended his PhD and had the manuscript accepted (February 2018): “Predicting acute radiation toxicity in breast cancer”. This thesis is not currently available due to an embargo requested by the REQUITE consortium that core publications are prioritised above other research/ analyses making use of REQUITE resources.
Kerstie Johnson defended her PhD and the manuscript accepted (July 2018): “Predicting radiotherapy toxicity in patients treated with radical radiotherapy using predictive assays and circadian rhythm”.
Chamberlain Mbah defended his PhD and had the manuscript accepted (September 2018): “Challenges in predicting normal tissue toxicity in radiotherapy”.