Robert Griffin, PhD University of Arkansas, Little Rock
Robert J. Griffin, PhD,
is a Professor of radiation and cancer biology in the Department of Radiation Oncology at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences with over 20 years of experience in peer-reviewed research. Much of his work has been studying the interactions of normal and tumor microvasculature with tumor cells, blood flow, hypoxia and the general tumor microenvironments role in responses to radiation, thermal treatment, or chemotherapy. He has acted as President and program chair for the Society for Thermal Medicine, which has an emphasis on nanotechnology for thermal treatments in a variety of modalities. He is also active on the program committee for the Radiation Research society as well as on the annual meeting and scientific council committees for the American Society of Radiation Oncology. Currently, he is also associate senior editor for biology for the International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology and Physics.