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Tru-Khang Dinh, MD

Education and Training

College: Stanford University, Stanford, CA; Biomechanical Engineering

Graduate School: Stanford University, Stanford, CA; Bioengineering

Medical Education: Harvard Medical School

Published works

Deraska, P.V., O’Leary, C., Reavis, H.D., Labe, S., Dinh, T.K., Lazaro, J.B., Sweeney, C., D’Andrea, A.D. and Kozono, D., 2018. NF-κB inhibition by dimethylaminoparthenolide radiosensitizes non-small-cell lung carcinoma by blocking DNA double-strand break repair. Cell death discovery, 2018; 4(1), p.10.

Dinh, T.K.T., Fendler, W., Chaubiska-Fendler, J., Acharya, S.S., OLeary, C., Deraska, P.V., DAndrea, A.D., Chowdhury, D. and Kozono, D., 2016. Circulating miR-29a and miR150 correlate with delivered dose during thoracic radiation therapy for non-small cell lung cancer. Radiation Oncology, 2016; 11(1), p.61.

Tran P, Dinh TK, Pipathsouk A, Chung B, Li H. 2013. Insertion Indicator for Needle. United States Patent US8608697 B2, filed March 4, 2011, and issued December 17, 2013

Dinh, Tru-Khang T. Zheng, Chunhua. Levenston, Marc E.. (2010). Peptide-Modified Alginate as 3D Tissue Scaffold for Engineered Hyaline Cartilage Poster presented at: American Foundation for Aging Research Symposium on the Biology of Aging; Chapel Hill, NC