Sophia Kamran, M.D.


Physician Investigator (Cl)
Radiology, Mass General Research Institute
Assistant Professor of Radiation Oncology
Harvard Medical School
Assistant Radiation Oncologist
Radiation Oncology, Massachusetts General Hospital
MD Harvard Medical School/ BWH 2013
MD Harvard medical school 2013
antidiuretic agents; deamino arginine vasopressin; diabetes insipidus, nephrogenic; fanconi syndrome; nerve sheath neoplasms I am a PGY4 resident in the Harvard Radiation Oncology Program with a background in biological engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. I attended Harvard Medical school for my medical training. During my time at HMS, I conducted research through the Howard Hughes Medical Institute Fellowship, focusing on the genetics of sickle cell disease. We developed a framework to understand how common human genetic variation modulates gene expression and disease susceptibility. Since then, I have shifted my focus towards research in radiation oncology. My research interests include using imaging and genomics to discover biomarkers that can inform clinical decision-making in radiation treatment. Currently, I am pursuing a project that uses radiomics to predict small cell lung cancer response and outcomes to radiation and chemoradiation treatment.
Harvard Computer Imaging & Bioinformatics Lab Publications Clinical Profile
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