dr georgios ntentas
BSc, MSc, DPhil
Early Career Research Fellow - Senior Medical Physicist
Georgios Ntentas is a Medical Physics Research Fellow at the Nuffield Department of Population Health and he holds an NIHR Clinical Lectureship at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital NHS Foundation Trust & King's College London. Georgios is a senior radiotherapy physicist and his main research interest is investigating the early and late effects of chemotherapy and radiotherapy and particularly chemotherapy- and radiation-related cardiovascular toxicities and second cancers.
He is working on collaborative research projects between Oxford University and the Dutch National Cancer Institute on a cohort of Hodgkin Lymphoma survivors investigating the late effects of radiotherapy. He is also investigating the potential benefits and risks of proton beam therapy for lymphoma patients amongst other projects. Other research interests include radio-ablation for Ventricular Tachycardia, advanced radiation treatment planning techniques for lymphoma and esophageal cancers.
Georgios holds a DPhil in Population Health from the University of Oxford, two Masters degrees in Clinical Sciences and Medical Physics from King’s College London and the University of Surrey respectively and a BSc in Nuclear Physics from Aristotle University, Greece.
Proton Therapy in Supradiaphragmatic Lymphoma: Predicting Treatment-Related Mortality to Help Optimize Patient Selection.
Ntentas G. et al, (2022), Int J Radiat Oncol Biol Phys, 112, 913 - 925
Informing Radiotherapy Decisions in Stage I/IIa Hodgkin Lymphoma: Modelling Life Expectancy Using Radiation Dosimetry.
Jones DA. et al, (2021), Blood Adv
Predicted Risks of Cardiovascular Disease Following Chemotherapy and Radiotherapy in the UK NCRI RAPID Trial of Positron Emission Tomography-Directed Therapy for Early-Stage Hodgkin Lymphoma.
Cutter DJ. et al, (2021), J Clin Oncol, 39, 3591 - 3601
Exposure of the oesophagus in breast cancer radiotherapy: A systematic review of oesophagus doses published 2010-2020.
Duane FK. et al, (2021), Radiother Oncol, 164, 261 - 267
The role of motion management and position verification in lymphoma radiotherapy.
Aznar M. et al, (2021), The British journal of radiology, 94