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Brandon Koger, PhD

Education and Training

College: Pennsylvania State University; BS Physics

Graduate School: University of Calgary; Physics & Astronomy

Published works

B. Koger and C. Kirkby, “Dosimetric effects of polyethylene glycol surface coatings on gold nanoparticle radiosensitization,” Phys. Med. Biol. 62(21), 8455 (2017).

C. Kirkby, B. Koger, N. Suchowerska, and D.R. McKenzie, “Dosimetric consequences of gold nanoparticle clustering during photon irradiation,” Med. Phys. 44(12), 6560-6569 (2017).

B. Koger and C. Kirkby, “Optimization of photon beam energies in gold nanoparticle enhanced arc radiation therapy using Monte Carlo methods.,” Phys. Med. Biol. [accepted Nov 2016]

B. Koger and C. Kirkby, “A method for converting dose-to-medium to dose-to-tissue in Monte Carlo studies of gold nanoparticle-enhanced radiotherapy.,” Phys. Med. Biol. 61(5), 2014-2024 (2016).

M. Balderson, B. Koger, and C. Kirkby, “The relative biological effectiveness of out-of-field dose.,” Phys. Med. Biol. 61(1), 114-130 (2016).

B. Wang, K. Liddell, J. Wang, B. Koger, C. Keating, and J. Zhu, “Oxide-on-graphene field effect bio-ready sensors.,” Nano Research. 7(9). 1263-1270 (2014).

Y. Poirier, A. Kouznetsov, B. Koger, and M. Tambasco, “Experimental validation of a kilovoltage x-ray source model for computing imaging dose.,” Med. Phys. 41(4), 041915 (2014).