Radiation Oncology

Bryan G. Allen, MD, PHD

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Assistant Professor of Radiation Oncology

Contact Information

Primary Office:  Pomerantz Family Pavilion
Iowa City, IA 52242

Email: bryan-allen@uiowa.edu

Education

BS, Major in Biology; Minor in Chemistry, University of Utah
MD, University of Iowa
PhD, University of Iowa

Internship, University of Iowa
Residency, University of Iowa

Licensure and Certifications

American Board of Radiology Board-Clinical, American Board of Radiology

Education/Training Program Affiliations

Free Radical and Radiation Biology Graduate Program

Selected Publications

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Allen B, Spitz D, Szweda L, Buatti J, Bhatia S, Brandt K, Lindholm K, Button A, Smith B, Fath M.  Ketogenic Diets Enhance Oxidative Stress and Radio-Chemo-Therapy Responses in Lung Cancer Xenografts.  Clinical Cancer Research .  2013 July 15. 19(14):3905-13.
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Allen B, Sibenaller Z, Cullen J, Wagner B, Buettner G, Van't Erve J, Welsh J, Buatti J, Carlisle T, Smith M, Walsh S, Bayouth J, Spitz D.  Ascorbate is a radiosensitizer in pancreatic cancer.  2012 Society of Free Radical Biology and Medicine, San Diego CA.  2012 November 14. 

Allen B, Sibenaller Z, Cullen J, Wagner B, Buettner G, Van't Erve J, Welsh J, Buatti J, Carlisle T, Smith M, Walsh S, Bayouth J, Spitz D.  High dose ascorbate enhances chemo-radio-sensitization in GBM and lung cancer.  2012 American Society of Radiation Oncology, Boston MA.  2012 October 28. 

Li Y, Allen B, Weeks D.  Using phiC31 integrase to mediate insertion of DNA in Xenopus Embryos.  Methods Mol Bio.  2009. 
[PubMed]

Date Last Modified: 09/11/2013 - 13:40:40