Pat Zanzonico received a BS in Physics from Cooper Union in 1977 and a PhD in Biophysics from the Cornell University Graduate School of Medical Sciences in 1982. He is currently a Member and Attending Physicist at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Co-Head of the Center’s Small-Animal Imaging Facility, and Chairman of its Committee on Radiation. He also serves an Adjunct Professor of Applied Physics and Mathematics at Columbia University. Dr. Zanzonico is Associate Editor of the British Journal of Radiology and the European Journal of Medical Physics and is a member of the Medical Internal Radionuclide Dosimetry Committee and the NRC’s Advisory Committee on Medical Uses of Isotopes. Dr. Zanzonico has over 110 peer-reviewed publications and is involved in biomedical research on radionuclide-based methods for detecting and localizing tumor hypoxia, immune effector-cell trafficking, patient-specific dosimetry for radionuclide therapies, and small-animal and molecular imaging.
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