Research - Radiation Oncology

Key areas of Research

Department of Radiation Oncology is Actively involved in Clinical and Translational Research.

Completed Projects:
A Pilot Study to optimize Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) conditions for Blood Biomarkers in Carcinoma Cervix. Project Completed in February 2017. (Under NCBS, Glue Grant)

Ongoing Projects
ROCK2 dependent radiation induced DNA repair in cervical carcinoma- a translational opportunity. Ongoing since January 2016. DBT BIOCARE Grant award 2016.

Role of Rho C in regulating Cancer Stemness in Cervical Cancer. DST ECRA Grant Award 2017.

Identification and evaluation of the prognostic markers involving Rho/ROCK signaling pathway in radiation response in cervical cancer. Since March 2017.

Comparison of Different Positioning and Immobilisation techniques in Radiotherapy for Pelvic Malignancies. Since March 2016.

Randomised double blind multicentric parallel group study comparing efficacy safety and immunogenicity of CBT 124, a candidate biosimilar Bevacisumab in combination with carboplatin and paclitaxel with EU source Avastin in combination with carboplatin and paclitaxel in the first line treatment for patients with stage IV (unresectable recurrent disease or metastatic) Non squamous Non small cell lung cancer. Since April 2017.

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