Frontiers in surgical oncology
The accurate surgical removal of breast cancer labeled with radiotracers is limited by our ability to detect areas of low radioactivity. Come learn about phantom models can be used to improve radio-guided localization of breast cancer.
Dr. Aydogan is full-time associate professor of general surgery at Cerrahpasa School of Medicine, Istanbul University and currently works as a postdoctoral research fellow and collaborator at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI) and Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH), Harvard University.During his career, he has published 48 peer reviewed articles in SCIE-indexed journals. These articles have been cited more than 350 times. He has published two books including “Sentinel Node Biopsy” and “Breast Cancer” as a co-editor and contributed over 10 chapters in several other books. His main areas of professional interest lie in breast diseases, surgical education, medical errors and patient safety.