Daniel P. Barboriak Laboratory

Research Focus


The goal of our research is to improve the care of patients with malignant brain tumors. Our first aim is to use magnetic resonance imaging and other techniques to better understand how malignant brain tumors recur and spread. We are currently studying whether perfusion and diffusion techniques can provide information that allow earlier predication of locations where tumor will recur or of locations to which recurrent tumor will spread. We are also interested in using these techniques to develop surrogate markers to assess treatment response. The goal of this effort would be to allow earlier detection of treatment successes and failures, and also to provide quantitative methods that would allow comparison of treatments.


Daniel P. Barboriak, M.D.
Christopher Oh, M.D.
David Radoff, M.S.


Brian Soher, Ph.D.
Katherine Peters, M.D., Ph.D.
Chunlei Liu, Ph.D.
James R. MacFall, Ph.D.
The Brain Tumor Center at Duke
James M. Provenzale, M.D.
The Center for Advanced Magnetic Resonance Development
Elmar Merkle, M.D.
Herbert Hurwitz, M.D.
Benjamin L. Viglianti, Ph.D.
Mark W. Dewhirst, DVM, Ph.D.


Michael Paldino, M.D.
Lee Hall, M.D.
Stanley Nyarko, M.D.
Gerald York, M.D.
Lubdha Shah, M.D.
Kritika Gupta, MSBSE
Fong Ming Hooi, BSE
Andrew Holbrook, BSE
Chris Vaillancourt, M.D.
Richard Ro, M.D.
Brett Young, M.D.
Spencer Koch, M.D.
Stephanie Dudzinski
Peter Tanpitukpongse, M.D.

Contact Information

Daniel P. Barboriak, M.D.
Department of Radiology
Box 3808
Duke University Medical Center
Phone: (919) 684-7406
Fax: (919) 684-7157

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