Iris Paltin Research Program
Researchers at the Center for Childhood Cancer Research are evaluating the long-term effects of proton therapy on neurocognitive outcomes in infants and young children with a variety of pediatric brain cancers.
Neurocognitive assessment protocols assess long-term effects of cranial proton therapy in pediatric patients.
Children who have been treated for brain tumors can face significant social challenges post treatment.
Researchers are analyzing the acceptability, feasibility, and validity of tools used for psychosocial assessment or screening at various time points across the course of treatment to help predict and improve outcomes for children with cancer and their families.