Central Nervous System

EDU 33 - (INTERACTIVE) Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy for Spine Metastases: What Can Be Offered When Conventional Radiation Fails?

Local control and toxicity of spine SBRT

Wednesday, October 24
8:03 AM - 8:21 AM
Location: Room 303

Scott Soltys, MD

Stanford Department of Radiation Oncology

Disclosure:
Employment
Stanford University: Assistant Professor: Employee

Compensation
Inovio Pharmaceuticals, Inc.: Consultant

Biography:
Scott G. Sotlys, MD, is Associate Professor in Radiation Oncology at Stanford University.
He is the director in Radiation Oncology of the stereotactic radiosurgery program and the residency program director. His research investigates novel approaches and improvement of outcomes for patients treated with stereotactic radiosurgery for benign and malignant conditions in the central nervous system.

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