Guy Garty
Associate Proferssor of Clinical Radiation Oncology


 
  Research Interests    

Contact Information

Guy Garty, Ph.D.
RARAF
Center for Radiological Research
Nevis Laboratory, Columbia University
136 S. Broadway
Irvington, NY 10533

Tel: (914) 591-9244
Fax: (914) 591-9405
email: gyg2101@columbia.edu

 
 

Academic Training  
 

Undergraduate: B.Sc. in Physics and Computer Science, cum laude, Tel-Aviv University, Class of 1995

        Graduate: M.Sc. in physics at the Feinberg graduate school, The Weizmann Institute of Science, 1998

                        Ph.D. in physics at the Feinberg graduate school, The Weizmann Institute of Science, 2004         Thesis can be found HERE

 
 


Professional Experience  

  • 2012-Present: Associate Profesor of Clinical Radiation Oncology, Center for Radiological Research, Columbia University, NY
  • 2010-2012: Research Scientist, Center for Radiological Research, Columbia University, NY
  • 2010-2012: Senator, Columbia University, NY
  • 2006-2010: Associate Research Scientist, Center for Radiological Research, Columbia University, NY
  • 2003-2006: Postdoctoral Fellow, Center for Radiological Research, Columbia University, NY
  • 1995: DESY summer student program
 
 

Select Publications Online  

Journal copy PMC Reference
Chen Y, Wang H, Zhang Jian, Garty G, Simaan N, Yao YL and Brenner DJ. Automated Recognition of Robotic Manipulation Failures in High-throughput Biodosimetry Tool, Expert Systems with Applications, 39:9602-9611 (2012)
IOP science logo NCBI Logo Xu Y, Garty G, Marino SA, Massey TN, Randers-Pehrson G, Johnson GW and Brenner DJ. Novel neutron sources at the Radiological Research Accelerator Facility, Journal of Instrumentation, 7:C03031(2012).
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Garty G, Karam PA and Brenner DJ Infrastructure to support high-throughput biodosimetry screening after a radiological event. International Journal of Radiation Biology, 87:754-765 (2011).

NCBI Logo Garty G, Chen Y, Turner HC. Zhang J, Lyulko O, Bertucci A, Xu Y, Wang H, Simaan N, Randers-Pehrson G, Yao YL, Brenner DJ. The RABIT: A Rapid Automated BIodosimetry Tool For Radiological Triage. II. Technological Developments. International Journal of Radiation Biology, 87:776-790 (2011).
Radiation Protection Dosimetry NCBI Logo Garty G, Grad M, Jones BK, Xu Y, Randers-Pehrson G, Attinger D and Brenner DJ. Design of a novel flow-and shoot (FAST) microbeam, Radiation Protection Dosimetry 143:344-348 (2011).
Radiation Research NCBI Logo Turner HC, Brenner DJ, Chen Y, Bertucci A, Zhang J, Wang H, Lyulko OV, Xu Y, Schaefer J, Simaan N, Randers-Pehrson G, Yao YL, Garty G. Adaptation of the g-H2AX assay for automated processing in human lymphocytes.  Radiation Research, 175:282-290 (2011)
IOP science logo Garty G., Schulte R., Shchemelinin S., Leloup C., Assaf G., Breskin A., Chechik R., Bashkirov V., Milligan J. and Grosswendt B. A nanodosimetric model of radiation-induced clustered DNA damage yields. Phys. Med. Biol. 55: 761-781, 2010.
Icon for Lippincott Williams & Wilkins NCBI Logo Garty G., Chen Y., Salerno A., Turner H., Zhang J., Lyulko O.V., Bertucci A., Xu Y., Wang H., Simaan N., Randers-Pehrson G., Yao Y.L., Amundson S.A. and Brenner D.J. The RABIT: A Rapid Automated Biodosimetry Tool for radiological triage. Health Phys. 98:209-217, 2010.
J-STAGE NCBI Logo Bigelow A.W., Garty G., Funayama T., Randers-Pehrson G., Brenner D.J. and Geard C. Expanding the Question-answering Potential of Single-cell Microbeams at RARAF, USA. J. Radiat. Res. 50: Suppl., A21-A28, 2009.
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Chen Y, Zhang J, Wang H, Garty G, Xu Y, Lyulko OV, Turner HC, Randers-Pehrson G, Simaan N, Yao YL and Brenner DJ. Design and preliminary validation of a rapid automated biodosimetry tool for high throughput radiological triage. Proc ASME 3:61-67; 2009.

Xplore Bigelow A.W., Brenner D.J., Garty G. and Randers-Pehrson G. Single-particle/single-cell ion microbeams as probes of biological mechanisms. IEEE Trans. Plasma Sci. 36:1424-1431, 2008.
Schulte R.W., Wroe A.J., Bashkirov V.J., Garty G., Breskin A., Chechik R., Shchemelinin S., GargioniE., Grosswendt B., and RosenfeldA.B. Nanodosimetry-based quality factors for radiation protection in space. Z.Med.Phys.18: 286296, 2008.
IOP science logo Schulte R., Bashkirov V., Shchemelinin S., Breskin A., Garty G., Wroe A. and Grosswendt B. Mapping the sensitive volume of an ion-counting nanodosimeter. JINST 1: P04004, 2006.
Radiation Protection Dosimetry Garty G., Ross G.J., Bigelow A.W., Randers-Pehrson G. and Brenner D.J. Testing the stand-alone microbeam at Columbia University. Radiation Protection Dosimetry 122(1-4):292-296, 2006.
Radiation Protection Dosimetry Garty G., Schulte R., Shchemelinin S., Grosswendt B., Leloup C., Assaf G., Breskin A., Chechik R. and Bashkirov V. First attempts at prediction of DNA strand-break yields using nanodosimetric data. Radiation Protection Dosimetry 122(1-4): 451-454, 2006.
Radiation Protection Dosimetry

Bashkirov V., Schulte R., Breskin A., Chechik R., Schemelinin S., Garty G., Wroe A., Sadrozinski H. and Grosswendt B. Ion-counting nanodosemeter with particle tracking capabilities. Radiation Protection Dosimetry 122(1-4): 415-419, 2006.

Garty G., Ross G.J., Bigelow A., Randers-Pehrson G. and Brenner D.J. A microbeam irradiator without an accelerator. Nucl. Instrum. Methods Phys. Res. B 241: 392-396, 2005.
Garty G., Randers-Pehrson G. and Brenner D.J. Development of a secondary-electron ion-microscope for microbeam diagnostics. Nucl. Instrum. Methods Phys. Res. B 231:60-64, 2005.
Ross G.J., Garty G., Randers-Pehrson G. and Brenner D.J. A single-particle/single-cell microbeam based on an isotopic alpha source. Nucl. Instrum. Methods Phys. Res. B 231:207-211, 2005.
Leloup C., Garty G., Assaf G., Cristovao A., Breskin A., Chechik R., Shchemelinin S., Paz-Elizur T., Livneh Z., Schulte R.W., Bashkirov V., Milligan J.R. and Grosswendt B. Evaluation of lesion clustering in irradiated plasmid DNA. International Journal of Radiation Biology 81(1): 41-54, 2005.

Garty G., Shchemelinin S., Breskin A., Chechik R., Assaf G., Orion I., Bashkirov V., Schulte R. and Grosswendt B. The performance of a novel ion-counting nanodosimeter. Nucl. Instrum. Methods Phys. Res. A 492(1-2): 212-235, 2002.

Radiation Protection Dosimetry

Garty G., Shchemelinin S., Breskin A., Chechik R., Orion I., Guedes G.P., Schulte R., Bashkirov V. and Grosswendt B. Wall-less ion-counting nanodosimetry applied to protons. Radiation Protection Dosimetry 99(1-4):325-330, 2002.

Richter C., Breskin A., Chechik R., Mormann D., Garty G. and Sharma A. On the efficient electron transfer through GEM. Nucl. Instrum. Methods Phys. Res.A 478(3):538-558, 2002.

Shchemelinin S., Garty G., Breskin A., Chechik R. and Schulte R.W.M. Ion-counting nanodosimetry: A new method for assessing radiation damage to DNA. Nucl. Instrum. Methods Phys. Res. A 477(1-3):527-530, 2002.

Richter C., Breskin A., Chechik R., Garty G. and Sharma A. Absolute electron transfer efficiency of GEM. Nucl. Instrum. Methods Phys. Res.  A 461(1-3):38-41, 2001.

Breskin A., Boutboul T., Buzulutskov A., Chechik R., Garty G., Shefer E. and Singh B.K. Advances in gas avalanche photomultipliers. Nucl. Instrum. Methods Phys. Res. A 442(1-3):58-67, 2000.

Buzulutskov A., Breskin A., Chechik R., Garty G., Sauli F. and Shekhtman L. Further studies of the GEM photomultiplier. Nucl. Instrum. Methods Phys. Res. A 442(1-3):68-73, 2000.

Buzulutskov A., Breskin A., Chechik R., Garty G., Sauli F. and Shekhtman L. The GEM photomultiplier operated with noble gas mixtures. Nucl. Instrum. Methods Phys. Res. Section A 443(1):164-180, 2000.

Xplore

Chechik R., Breskin A., Garty G., Shefer E., Singh B.K. and Shchemelinin S. Advances in single-charge detectors and their applications. Ieee Transactions on Nuclear Science 47(6): 1812-1819, 2000.

Garty G., Breskin A., Chechik R. and Shefer E. Single photoelectron detection with a low-pressure gas electron multiplier coupled to a CsI photocathode. Nucl. Instrum. Methods Phys. Res. A 433(1-2):476-481, 1999.

Shchemelinin S., Pszona S., Garty G., Breskin A. and Chechik R. The absolute detection efficiency of vacuum electron multipliers, to keV protons and Ar+ ions. Nucl. Instrum. Methods Phys. Res. A 438(2-3):447-451, 1999.

Chechik R., Breskin A., Garty G., Mattout J., Sauli F. and Shefer E. First results on the GEM operated at low gas pressures. Nucl. Instrum. Methods Phys. Res. A 419(2-3):423-428, 1998.

Breskin A., Chechik R., Garty G., Pansky A., Shefer E. and Biagi S.F. On the high gain operation of low-pressure microdot gas avalanche chambers. Nucl. Instrum. Methods Phys. Res. A 394(1-2):21-26, 1997.

Pansky A., Breskin A., Chechik R., Garty G. and Klein E. Application of the electron-counting method to low-Z elemental analysis. Nucl. Instrum. Methods Phys. Res. A 392(1-3):465-470, 1997.

 
 

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