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Research Expertise & Professional Interests Ariel Hirsch, MD, is an associate professor and the director of education of the department of radiation oncology at the Boston University School of Medicine. Since 2005, she has worked with the university, first as an assistant professor. Dr. Hirsch collaborates closely with colleagues to improve prostate cancer treatment and mentors many medical students in cancer research. Her primary clinical interests are genitourinary (most commonly prostate) and breast cancer. Her prostate related research interests include investigating prostate cancer outcomes and devising patient specific radiation treatments with three dimensional prostate modeling. She is the principal investigator on a phase 1/2 study examining the use of radiosurgery for high risk prostate cancer. Her research has resulted in numerous publications and presentations. In 2016 she was named a “Top Doc” by Boston Magazine.

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Academic Article Palliative radiation therapy of symptomatic recurrent bladder cancer.
Academic Article Radioisotopes and vertebral augmentation: dosimetric analysis of a novel approach for the treatment of malignant compression fractures.
Academic Article Treatment of metastatic carcinoma to the hip with CT-guided percutaneous acetabuloplasty: report of four cases.
Academic Article Predictors of successful palliation of compression fractures with vertebral augmentation: single-center experience of 525 cases.
Academic Article The safety and effectiveness of a curved needle for vertebral augmentation: comparison with traditional techniques.
Academic Article Evaluating the safety and effectiveness of percutaneous acetabuloplasty.
Academic Article Palliation of compression fractures in cancer patients by vertebral augmentation: a retrospective analysis.
Academic Article CT guided percutaneous calcaneoplasty: a case of metastatic intra-articular calcaneus fracture.
Academic Article Use of tamoxifen with postsurgical irradiation may improve survival in estrogen and progesterone receptor-positive male breast cancer.
Academic Article Cone-beam computed tomography image guided therapy to evaluate lumpectomy cavity variation before and during breast radiotherapy.
Academic Article The use of advanced imaging and representation of workers compensation in vertebral augmentation: a single-center comparison with the INVEST Trial.
Academic Article Localized therapy for male breast cancer: functional advantages with comparable outcomes using breast conservation.
Academic Article Long-term cosmetic outcomes and toxicities of proton beam therapy compared with photon-based 3-dimensional conformal accelerated partial-breast irradiation: a phase 1 trial.
Academic Article Role of androgen deprivation therapy in early salvage radiation among patients with prostate-specific antigen level of 0.5 or less.
Academic Article Medical Student--Reported Outcomes of a Radiation Oncologist--Led Preclinical Course in Oncology: A Five-Year Analysis.
Academic Article Medical student mentorship in radiation oncology at a single academic institution: A 10-year analysis.
Academic Article Effect of Patient Demographic Characteristics and Radiation Timing on PSA Reduction in Patients Treated With Definitive Radiation Therapy for Prostate Cancer.
Academic Article The impact of race in male breast cancer treatment and outcome in the United States: a population-based analysis of 4,279 patients.
Academic Article Faculty and Student Evaluations of a Medical Student Summer Research Program: a 15 Year Analysis
Academic Article Scholarly Impact of Student Participation in Radiation Oncology Research.
Academic Article Scholarly impact of student authorship on surgical research.
Academic Article Outcomes for Young Men With Localized Intermediate-Risk Prostate Cancer: An Analysis of the NCDB.

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