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Andrew K.W. Wood, DR

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Emeritus Professor of Clinical Studies (Radiology), School of Veterinary Medicine

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Education:
BVSc (Bachelor of Veterinary Science)
University of Sydney, Australia, 1967.
DipVetRad (Diploma in Veterinary Radiology)
University of Sydney, Australia, 1970.
MVSc (Master of Veterinary Science)
University of Sydney, Australia, 1972.
PhD (Doctor of Philosophy)
University of Melbourne, Australia, 1979.
DVSc (Doctor of Veterinary Science)
University of Melbourne, Australia, 2005.
Post-Graduate Training
Fellowship of Australian College of Veterinary Scientists , Australian College of Veterinary Scientists , 1982-.
Certifications
Fellowship Australian College of Veterinary Scientists. Registered as Specialist Veterinary Radiologist in Australia and New Zealand, 1982.
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Selected Publications

AK Wood, J D'Souza, L Sultan, A Brice, S Hunt, C Sehgal. Translational animal models for ultrasound cancer therapy (abstract).Proceedings joint meeting of 18th Scientific Conference of the International Veterinary Radiology Association and the American College of Veterinary Radiology, Fort Worth, Texas. Veterinary Radiology and Ultrasound 2019;60:126. 2019.

AKW Wood, CM Sehgal. Low intensity ultrasound for cancer therapy:past, present and future (abstract). Proceedings 17th Scientific Conference of the International Veterinary Radiology Association, Fremantle, Western Australia, Australia. Veterinary Radiology and Ultrasound 2016;57:216-217. 2016.

AKW Wood, CM Sehgal. A Review of Low-Intensity Ultrasound for Cancer Therapy. Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology 2015; 41: 905-928. 2015.

CM Sehgal, AKW Wood. Disruption of tumor neovasculature by microbubble enhanced ultrasound: a potential new physical therapy of anti-angiogenesis (abstract). Ultrasound Medicine Biology 2014;40:455-456. 2014.

Wood AKW, Levenback BJ, Hunt S, Scholler N, Sehgal CM. Antivascular ultrasound therapy in mice with implanted melanomas (abstract). Proceedings 16th meeting of the International Veterinary Radiology Association, Uludag University, Bursa, Turkey. Veterinary Radiology and Ultrasound 2013;54:447. 2013.

C Sehgal, S Hunt, B Levenback, A Wood. Antivascular ultrasound for cancer treatment: the role of thermal effects (abstract). Proceedings American Association of Physicists in Medicine. Medical Physics 2013; 40:440. 2013.

BJ Levenback, CM Sehgal, AKW Wood. : BJ Levenback, CM Sehgal, AKW Wood. Modeling of thermal effects in antivascular ultrasound therapy. Journal Acoustical Society of America 2012;131;540-549 131: 540-549, 2012.

Hunt S, Wood A, Bunte R, Sehgal C. Anti-vascular ultrasound: frequency and temporal dependency and treatment effects correlated with contrast-enhanced ultrasound, dynamic contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance Imaging and histopathology (abstract).Ultrasound in Medicine, Phoenix, AZ. Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine 2012;31(suppl):S28. 2012.

AKW Wood, RM Bunte, TW Cary, CM Sehgal. Contrast-enhanced sonographic evaluations of murine tumor vascularity: A review (abstract). Proceedings International Veterinary Radiology Association. Veterinary Radiology and Ultrasound 2010; 51:190. 2010.

A.K.W. Wood, R.M. Bunte, T.W. Cary, C. M. Sehgal. Antivascular ultrasound therapy lengthens survival of mice with implanted melanomas.Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology 2010;35:853-857. 2010.

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