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Michael C. Roarke, M.D., M.S., studies and treats disease processes using radioisotope-based molecular imaging techniques. Dr. Roarke is active in the evaluation of neurological, cardiovascular and oncologic diseases.
Past research projects included use of C-11 acetate in the imaging of multiple myeloma; use of In-111 capromab in defining appropriate targets for boost-dosing of prostate cancer during radiation therapy; and use of single-photon emission computerized tomography (SPECT) in evaluation of drainage patterns in head and neck lymphoscintigraphy.
Dr. Roarke hopes that his research will help advance techniques used to evaluate and treat diseases.
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