Faculty Summaries
Mohan Doss
Mohan Doss, PhD, MCCPM
Associate Professor
Office Phone: 215-214-1707
Fax: 215-728-4755
Office: R432
Health Effects of Low-Dose Radiation and PET Imaging in Oncology
  • Exploring cancer prevention and treatment using low-dose radiation.
  • Control of non-cancer diseases using low-dose radiation.
  • Optimization of PET Imaging in Oncology.
  • Biodistribution and Dosimetry of Novel PET Imaging Agents.
  • PET Imaging of Y-90 Microspheres.
Description of research projects
Selected Publications

Fox Chase Programs

  1. Comments on "Studies of the mortality of atomic bomb survivors, Report 14, 1950-2003: an overview of cancer and noncancer diseases" (Radiat Res 2012; 177:229-43). M. Doss, B. L. Egleston and S. Litwin, Radiat Res 178, 244-245 (2012).PubMed
  2. Biodistribution and Radiation Dosimetry of the Integrin Marker 18F-RGD-K5 Determined from Whole-Body PET/CT in Monkeys and Humans. Doss M, Kolb HC, Zhang JJ, Bélanger MJ, Stubbs JB, Stabin MG, Hostetler ED, Alpaugh RK, von Mehren M, Walsh JC, Haka M, Mocharla VP, Yu JQ. J Nucl Med. 53, 787-795 (2012). PubMed
  3. Shifting the Paradigm in Radiation Safety. M. Doss, Dose Response. 10, 562-583 (2012). PubMed
  4. Evidence Supporting Radiation Hormesis in Atomic Bomb Survivor Cancer Mortality Data. M. Doss, Dose Response. 10, 584-592 (2012).PubMed
  5. Linear No-Threshold Model vs. Radiation Hormesis, M. Doss, Dose Response. 11, 480–497 (2013). PubMed
  6. The importance of adaptive response in cancer prevention and therapy, M. Doss, Medical Physics, 40, 032302 (2013). PubMed
  7. Low Dose Radiation Adaptive Protection to Control Neurodegenerative Diseases, M. Doss, Dose-Response, 12:277–287, 2014, PubMed
  8. 3D inpatient dose reconstruction from the PET-CT imaging of 90Y microspheres for metastatic cancer to the liver: Feasibility study, E. Fourkal, I. Veltchev, M. Lin, S. Koren, J. Meyer, M. Doss, J. Q. Yu, Medical Physics, 40, 081702 (2013); PubMed
  9. Radiation doses from radiological imaging do not increase the risk of cancer, Mohan Doss, British Journal of Radiology, 87, 20140085, 2014.PubMed
  10. Point/Counterpoint: low-dose radiation is beneficial, not harmful. Doss M, Little MP, Orton CG., Med Phys. 2014 Jul;41(7):070601, PubMed
  11. COUNTERPOINT: should radiation dose from CT scans be a factor in patient care? No. Doss M. Chest. 2015 Apr;147(4):874-7. PubMed
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