James Grutsch

Midwestern Regional Medical Center, USA

His education was at the University of Chicago and received a PhD in Theoretical Biology/Biophysics. He had Postdocs with ADJ Robertson at the Biophysics Department at the University of Chicago, J-P Changeux at the Pasteur Institute in Paris and Peter Newell’s at the Biochemistry Department in Oxford. He has publications that range from intercellular signaling in developing biological systems to clilnical epidemiology of cancer treatment. His current research focuses on the • Effects of cancer progression on an individual’s quality of life • Measuring the clinical and behavioral determinants of QoL • Investigating the role of circadian rhythms in maintaining a patient’s quality of life • Evaluating the relevance of QoL tools in the measurement of a cancer patients quality of life • Evaluating the associations of various qol scales and patient survival

Biography Updated on 4 September 2012

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