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The primary research interest of Sean S. Park, M.D., Ph.D., is the improvement of clinical outcomes in stage IV cancers through the exploitation of the patient's own immune system. Of particular interest is the induction of an in situ immune response against melanoma and other solid cancers using radiation treatments. This research is performed in conjunction with other cancer immunologists at Mayo Clinic; their multidisciplinary teamwork promotes the synthesis of novel personalized treatment strategies.
Dr. Park hopes to develop novel treatments through a multidisciplinary team approach by combining the latest technology in radiotherapy — including SBRT, image-guided and intensity-modulated radiotherapy, and proton therapy — with immunotherapy to improve outcomes in metastatic cancer patients while safely minimizing side effects.
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