1. Analysis of DNA damage in healthy and pathological liver using precision-cut liver slices as a novel radiobiology research model
Stephen Turnock, University College London
2. Benchmarking Models of Proton RBE
Lydia Gardner, Queen's University Belfast
3. Blockade of lactate and pyruvate transport inhibits cancer cell metabolism and induces radiosensitisation
Meabh Doherty, Queen's University Belfast
4. Characterising cardio-pulmonary interactions in a novel model of radiation-induced cardiotoxicity
Refik Kuburas, Queen's University Belfast
5. Development and Optimisation of an Unbiased Arrayed Whole-Genome CRISPR Screening Strategy to Identify Novel Regulators of Micronuclei Formation and cGAS Signalling Following Radiotherapy
Rhona Millar, University College London
6. Establishment and evaluation of radiosensitivity of HPV-positive mouse model of oral squamous cell carcinoma
Ziva Modic, Institute of Oncology Ljubljana
7. How do model assumptions drive fundamental differences within DNA damage models?
Shannon Thompson, Queen's University Belfast
8. Investigating the effect of radiotherapy on the tumour microenvironment to identify potential immune biomarkers of radiotherapy response in rectal cancer
Shuhui Cheng, University of Manchester
9. Is the radiosensitivity of fruitflies clinically relevant?
Joaquin de navascues, University of Essex
10. Mitigating radiation induced normal tissue toxicity by mTOR inhibitor
Nezka Zupan, University College London
11. Mutational, Molecular and Immunological Characterisation of Clinical Complete Response to Neoadjuvant Chemoradiotherapy
Lily Hillson, University of Glasgow
12. PRE-ACT: Prediction of Radiotherapy side Effects using explainable AI for patient Communication and Treatment modification
Chris Talbot, University of Leicester
13. Raman spectroscopy of liquid biopsies for normal tissue toxicity prediction in high-risk localised prostate cancer patients.
Jade Monaghan, Technological University Dublin
14. S-phase enrichment by hydroxyurea treatment enhances [177Lu]Lu-DOTA-TATE uptake in vitro
Jordan Cheng, King's College London
15. Targeting DNA double strand break repair sensitises radioresistant head and neck cancer cells to x-ray irradiation.
Maria Rita Fabbrizi, University of Liverpool