Sangjune Laurence Lee
Clinical Assistant Professor
MSE, MD, FRCPC
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Research and teaching
- MR-guided radiotherapy
- Deep learning in radiotherapy
The Tom Baker Cancer Centre will be installing two integrated MRI and linear accelerator systems (MRL) in the new cancer building. Use of MRLs will have the potential to improve the effectiveness of radiotherapy delivery by increasing the dose to tumors while sparing the surrounding normal organs. Dr. Lee’s research focus is to improve radiotherapy through the use of MRL. This includes physiologic imaging, deep learning, and potential applications for treating oligometastases and cardiac arrhythmias.
Dr. Sangjune Laurence Lee is a Clinical Assistant Professor within the Department of Oncology, Division of Radiation Oncology. He completed an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering at the University of Waterloo, a masters degree in biomedical engingeering at Johns Hopkins University, and a medical degree at the University of Toronto. He continued his residency training in Toronto and did a fellowship at the University of Wisconsin to gain experience in real-time MRI-guided radiotherapy. He specializes in the management of gastrointestinal and breast malignancies and his research interests include MRI guided radiation therapy, deep learning and cardiac SABR.