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CURRICULUM VITAE
MINESH P MEHTA, MD, FASTRO
ADDRESS:

6406 Brandywood Trail
Sun Prairie, WI, 53590
Tel: 608-695-6714
E-mail: mineshpmehta@gmail.com

PERSONAL:

Birthdate:

LICENSURE:

California, Illinois, Maryland, Ohio, Wisconsin

22 S Greene Street
Baltimore, MD, 21201
410-328-2325
mmehta@umm.edu

December 14, 1957

BOARD CERTIFICATION:
1988-Current
2011-Current

Radiation Oncology, American Board of Radiology
United Council for Neurologic Subspecialties, Neuro-Oncology

ACADEMIC EDUCATION:

1981
1978

M.B.Ch.B., University of Zambia
B.Sc. (Human Biology) with Distinction, U. Zambia

POSTGRADUATE TRAINING:
1984-1988

PG 1-4 & Chief Resident, Radiation Oncology, University of Wisconsin

1981-1983

PG 1-2, Ndola Central Hospital, Zambia

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES: American Society for Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology; American
Society of Clinical Oncology; International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer; International
Stereotactic Radiosurgery Society; Society of Neuro-Oncology
Previous Memberships: American Brachytherapy Society, American Medical Association; American
Radium Society, Association of Community Cancer Centers, Indo American Cancer Congress, Society
for Cancer Research and Communication, State Medical Society of Wisconsin, Wisconsin Society of
Radiation Oncologists, Zambian Medical Society
FACULTY APPOINTMENTS:
2012-Current

Professor, Radiation Oncology, University of Maryland

2012-Current

Director, Maryland Proton Treatment Center

2012-Current

Co-Director of Clinical Reserach, Radiation Oncology, University of Maryland

2010-2012

Professor, Radiation Oncology, Northwestern U, Feinberg School of Medicine

2010-2012

Co-Director, Radiation Oncology Residency Training, Northwestern U,
Feinberg School of Medicine

2007-2010

Eric Wolfe Professor, Human Oncology, UW-Madison Medical School

2002-2007

Professor, Human Oncology, UW-Madison Medical School

2002-2010

Professor, Neurological Surgery, UW-Madison Medical School

1997-2007

Chairman, Human Oncology, UW-Madison Medical School

1998-2002

Associate Professor, Neurological Surgery, UW-Madison

1996-1997

Vice-Chairman, Human Oncology, UW Madison Medical School

1994-2002

Associate Professor, Human Oncology, UW-Madison Medical School

1994-1997

Director, Radiation Oncology Residency Training, UW-Madison

1988-1994

Assistant Professor, Human Oncology, UW-Madison Medical School

07/88-10/88

Instructor, Radiation Oncology, University of Wisconsin

HOSPITAL APPOINTMENTS:
2012-Current

University of Maryland Hospital, Baltimore, MD

2010-2012

Northwestern University Hospital, Chicago, IL

2010-2012

Childrens’ Memorial Hospital, Chicago, IL

2010-2010

OSUMC and the James Cancer Hospital, Columbus, OH

2005-2010

Mercy Medical, Appleton, WI

2005-2010

Mercy Medical, Oshkosh, WI

2003-2010

Riverview Hospital, Wisconsin Rapids, WI

1998-2010

Meriter Hospital, Madison, WI

1998-2008

Holy Family Hospital, Manitowoc, WI

1994-2010

Freeport Memorial Hospital, Freeport, IL

1992-2002

St. Clare Hospital, Monroe, WI

1991-2010

Wausau Regional Hospital, Wausau, WI

1989-2010

Beloit Memorial Hospital, Beloit, WI

1988-2010

UW Hospital and Clinics, Madison, WI

1988-2010

William S. Middleton Veterans' Hospital, Madison

TEACHING EXPERIENCE:
2013-Present

Research Mentor, Michael Chuong, MD, U Maryland:
1) Phase I evaluation of IPdR with WBRT for brain metastases
2) Proton vs photon therapy outcomes analysis for Ca Esophagus

2013-Present

Research Mentor, Mark Mishra, MD, U Maryland:
1) Worldwide Proton Clinical Trials.

2) PCORI, patient-focused evaluation of proton and photon therapy for head
and neck cancer.
3) CER, proton vs photon therapy, Ca Esophagus.
2013-Present

Research Mentor, Andrew Hanna, Med 3, U Maryland: Developing a model
to predict risk factors for developing post-SRS edema

2013-Present

Research Mentor, JW Snider, MD, U Maryland: The Evolving Role of
Prophylactic Cranial Irradiation in and Beyond Small Cell Lung Cancer.

2013-Present

Research Mentor, Neha Bhooshan, MD, U Maryland: Proton Therapy for
Cancer of the Esophagus: A propensity score matched comparative acute
toxicity analysis between photon and proton radiotherapeutic techniques,
with comparative effectiveness analysis.

2013-Present

Research Mentor, Nicholas Dye, Med 4, U Maryland:
1) Whole Brain Radiotherapy for Brain Metastasses with a focus on Cognitive
Sparing Strategies.
2) Dosimetric analysis of pediatric cancer patients.

2013-Present

Research Mentor, Kruti Patel, MD, U Maryland:
1) Coronary vessel-specific dosimetric analysis of IMPT versus IMRT versus
3DCRT techniques for left sided breast cancer with or without IM node
targeting.
2) Dosimetric analysis of pediatric cancer patients.

2013-Present

Research Mentor, Alex Engelman, MD, U Maryland,
1) Pilot Study of The Safety and Efficacy of Combined NovoTTF-100A,
Bevacizumab, and Hypofractionated Stereotactic Irradiation For Recurrent
Glioblastoma;
2) Dosimetric analysis of pediatric cancer patients.

2013-Present

Research Mentor, Adam Reese, MD, U Maryland, Stereotactic Radiosurgery
plus Lapatinib and Capecitabine in HER2-positive Breast Cancer with Brain
Metastasis: a Non-Randomized Phase II Study (Vail ASCO Project).

2012-Present

Research Mentor, Hunter Boggs, MD, U Maryland:
1) A Multi-institutional Database Analysis of Factors Predictive of Brain
Failure Following SRS Alone.
2) Temozolomide prophylaxis in non small cell lung cancer to prevent brain
metastases
3) Evaluating post-SRS edema risk factors and developing preventive
strategies

4) Principles and Practice of Proton Therapy, Textbook
5) Glyburide to Prevent Post-Radiosurgery Edema
2012-Present

Resident/Medical Student Education, University of Maryland.

2012-Present

Research Mentor, Tamer Rafat (MD, Radiation Oncology Research Asst),
Northwestern University:
1) RTOG Brain Tumor Trials Practice Changing Results
2) NFkB prediction of post-Radiotherapy Outcome for NSCLC.

2012-Present

Research Mentor, Michelle Kim (PGY 4, Radiation Oncology), MD Anderson
Cancer Center, Houston, TX, Multi-Institutional Pilot Study Evaluating
Applied Mathematics of Glioma Proliferation and Invasion to Optimize
Radiation Treatment Planning for Newly Diagnosed Glioblastoma. 2012
Research Resident/Fellow Grant Application

2012-2013

Research Mentor, Anuj Shah (Medical Student), Northwestern University:
1) Meningioma with Metastastic Potential
2) Second Malignancies in Thymoma, a Cohort-Controlled Analysis

2012-Present

CNS Tumor Education Foundation, an independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit
educational foundation, www.cnsteducationfound.org, Secretary/Treasurer

2011-Present

Research Mentor, K Kalakota, MD, Northwestern University: Breast Cancer
Brain Metastases Research Projects:
1) CHART 11R45: Validation Of The Diagnosis-Specific Graded Prognostic
Assessment (DS-GPA) And The Survival Nomogram For Patients With Breast
Cancer With Brain Metastases
2) Prospective Study of Neurocognitive Outcomes following Whole-Brain
Radiotherapy for Newly Diagnosed Brain Metastasis in Breast Cancer
Patients
3) Patterns of Failure Analysis Following Gamma-Knife Radiosurgery for
Patients with Resected Single Brain Metastases.

2011-2013

Research Mentor, H Yoon, MD, Northwestern University:
Patients

with

G2/3

Meningioma

With

or

Outcomes of

Without

Adjuvant

Research Mentor, H Saeed, Med 4, Chicago Medical School:

Predictive

Radiotherapy/Radiosurgery Following Resection.
2011-2012

Variables for Development of Brain Metastases in Patients with LocoRegionally Advanced Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer.
2010-2012

Resident/Medical Student Education, Northwestern University.

2008-2011

Research Mentor, V Gondi, MD, University of Wisconsin:

Hippocampal

Sparing Whole Brain Radiotherapy for Brain Metastases.
2011

Research Mentor, H Shirazi, MD, Northwestern University: Evidence-Based
Management Strategies for “Difficult Cases” in Neuro-Oncology.

2011

Research Mentor, A Diavolitsis, MD, Northwestern University: Phase II Trial
of Temozolomide, Bevacizumab and re-Irradiation for Recurrent Malignant
Glioma.

2010

Research Mentor, T Kruser, MD, University of Wisconsin:
1) L-19131-SIP in Lung Cancer Brain Metastases
2) Pseudoprogression in Malignant Glioma, Literature Review

2009-2010

Research Mentor, J. Li, MD, MDACC, RTOG RPA for GBM: Revised Models.

2009-2010

Research Supervisor, P Karthikeyan, MD, University of Wisconsin, NeuroOncology Translational Research (SNPs for temozolomide sensitivity, Avastin
and re-XRT for recurrent GBM)

2009-2010

Research Mentor, Disha Patel, B.S., Ohio State University, Radiotherapy and
Anti-Angiogenic Agents for Malignant Glioma.

2009

Research Mentor, Zulehya Akgun, MD, Radiation Oncologist, Turkey, NeuroOncology Translational Research: ML-10 Apoptosis Imaging for GBM.

2009-2010

Research Mentor, Sayana Thomas, MD, Radiation Oncology Resident, PGY3,
Neuro-Oncology Translational Research:
1) ML-10 Apoptosis Imaging for Brain Metastases
2) Driving Restrictions in Brain Tumor Patients.

2009-2010

Research Mentor, Allison Quick, MD, Ohio State University: Targeted
Therapies and Their Role in Malignant Glioma, in Combination with
Radiation Therapy.

2008-2010

Research Mentor, M Siker, MD: Young Age as a Prognostic Variable in GBM.

2008-2010

Research Mentor, D McHaffie, MD: MGd plus SRS and WBRT for Brain
Metastases.

2008-2010

Research Mentor, A Bhatt, MD: Application of GPA in Outcomes Analysis of
Brain Metastases Patients.

2007-2009

Research Mentor, J Adkison, MD: Hypofractionated Helical Tomotherapy for
NSCLC, Outcomes.

2007-2008

Research Mentor, G Cannon, MD: Hypofractionated Helical Tomotherapy for
NSCLC, Toxicities.

2007-2010

Research Mentor, B Anderson, MD: SRS and FSRT for Vestibular
Schwannoma.

2007

Research Mentor, N Hafez, Med 3, Metabolomics in Cancer.

2006-2010

Research Mentor, T Kruser, AVM SRS; PET-CT in RT Planning.

2006-2007

Research Mentor, K Hazienga, Cutaneous Radioprotective Compounds.

2006

Research Mentor, W Hodge, MD: Stereotactic Body Radiotherapy.

2006

Research Mentor, N Mahommed Med 4, Set-up Variability in Tomotherapy.

2006

Research Mentor, V Gondi, Med 4, PET-CT in Radiotherapy Planning.

2006

Research Mentor, A Ghia, MD: The Hippocampus and Whole Brain
Radiotherapy for Brain Metastases.

2006

Research Mentor, P Chinnaiyan, MD: Novel Radioprotective Compounds;
HDAC Inhibitors in Glioma; Metabolomics in Glioma.

2005-2006

Research Mentor, J. Li, Med 4, Neurocognitive Decline, Radiographic
Progression, Quality of Life and Survival in Brain Metastases.

2005

Research Mentor, E Soisson, MS: IMRT vs. Tomotherapy for Skull Base
Tumors.

2005

Research Mentor, G Richards, MD: Anaplstic Glioma

2005

Research Mentor, Malika Siker., Med 4, Volumetric Regression of Lung
Cancer During Tomotherapy.

2004-2005

Research Mentor, H. Aayoma, MD: Research Sabbatical Protons vs.
Tomotherapy.

2004

Research Mentor, A Howard, MD: PET-CT Planning for Esophageal and
Lung Cancer.

2004

Co-Director, UW Neoplasia Course.

2004-2005

Research Mentor, S. Dubey, Clinical Investigator Preparatory Program.

2003-2007

ASTRO Refresher Course: CNS Tumors.

2002

Research Mentor, T Zhang, Ph D: Motion Control for IMRT.

2003

Research Mentor, T. Hong, MD: Patterns of failure in Childhood PNET;
Tomotherapy for lung cancer.

2003

Research Mentor, R. Manon, MD: Impact of breath-hold patterns on thoracic
radiotherapy delivery.

2002

Research Mentor, H Jaradat, Ph D: Multimodality Image Planning for RT.

2002

Research Mentor, R Patel, MD: Physiologic Imaging for RT Planning.

2002-2003

Research Mentor, K. Bradley, MD: Tomotherapy; CT-PET based treatment
planning for radiotherapy.

2002

Research Mentor, S Chadha, MD: Her2neu in Oligodendroglioma.

2002

44th Annual ASTRO, Panel Moderator: State of the Art in Lung Cancer.

2002

Research Mentor: J Merchant, MD: Carboplatin, Paclitaxel, Thalidomide and
RT for NSCLC.

2002-2007

NCI K12 CA87718 Training Grant Committee Advisor.

2001

Research Mentor, R Rao, MD: Acute side effects of SRS.

2001

Research Mentor, J Kapatoes, Ph D: Gating Tomotherapy.

2001

Research Mentor, A Forouzannia, MD: Isometric Regression of Brain
Metastases.

1999-2000

Research Mentor, A. Miranpuri (undergraduate): Vestibular schwannoma:
Evaluation of radiobiological parameters.

1999-2000

Research Mentor, R Scrimger, MD: Tomotherapy.

1999-2000

Research Mentor, Ivo Tremont, MD : Brain Mets

1999

Research Mentor, R Skrupky (med student): SRS for Recurrent GBM

1999

Research Mentor, M Herman (med student): QOL for CNS tumors

1998-1999

Research Mentor, S Sanghavi, MD: Radiosurgery for Brain Metastases.

1998

Research Mentor, C Kesslering, MD: MGd Retention in Brain Metastases.

1998-2001

UW ADAC Radiosurgery Course

1998-1999

Research Mentor, S. Miranpuri (undergraduate): Methods for evaluating
responses in CNS tumors

1997-1999

UWCCC Associate Director for Education.

1997-1998

Research Mentor: R Orth, Graduate Student: MR-based RT planning.

1997

Research Mentor, P Nguyen, MD: Response Analysis for CNS Tumors.

1997

Research Mentor, T Boyd, MD: Hyperfractionated RT for Medulloblastoma.

1997

Research Mentor, C Schultz, MD: Continuous Infusion IUdR for GBM.

1996-1998

ASTRO Refresher Course: HDR Brachytherapy (Lung/Esophagus).

1996

Research Mentor, J Berlin, MD: NSCLC Radiosensitization with Topotecan.

1996

Research Mentor, R Auchter, MD: Radiosurgery for Brain Mets.

1996

Research Mentor, J Lamond, MD: Topotecan as a Glioma Radiosensitizer.

1995-2004

University of Florida LINAC Radiosurgery Teaching Faculty.

1995-1996

Research Mentor, S Tannehill, MD: WR 2721 in NSCLC.

1995

Research Mentor, P Kesava, MD: MRA for AVM Radiosurgery.

1995

Research Mentor, M Yao, MD: Failure in high-risk childhood PNET.

1995

Research Mentor: Eva Baker (Med 4, MD/PhD ): AVM Radiosurgery.

1995

Research Mentor: W Noyes, MD: Cost-Effectiveness of Radiosurgery.

1995

UCSD Gamma Knife Workshop.

1994

Research Mentor: J Sarkaria, MD: Radiosurgery.

1994

Mentor: Scott Bornstein, Skidmore College (Premed).

1993-1996

Annual UCLA Hands-On Radiosurgery Workshop.

1993

Research Mentor: J Masciopinto, MD: Glioma Radiosurgery.

1992

Research Mentor: R Rodriguez, MD: Glioma Radiosensitization.

1992

Research Mentor: M Khorsand, MD: MRS in Gliomas.

1991-1992

Research Mentor: D Petereit, M.D.: Brachytherapy Applications.

1991-1992

Research Mentor: K Bastin, M.D.: Optic Nerve Radiotolerance.

1991-1992

Research Mentor: P Mahler, M.D.: Tumor Hypoxia.

1991

UW Stereotactic Radiotherapy Workshop.

1990-1999

Co-Director, UW Medical School Neoplasia Course.

1990-1998

Oncology Instructor, UW Radiation Therapy Technology School.

1990-1996

Director, Neuro-Oncology Tumor Board.

1990-1994

UW Radiation Therapy Technology School, Director.

1990

Research Mentor: M Harmon, M.D.: Endobronchial Brachytherapy.

1990

Research Mentor: M Steinmetz, M.D.: Radiosurgery.

1989-1999

Health Line Reviewer.

1989

Research Mentor: T Shanahan, M.D.: Bowel Sparing Techniques.

1989

Research Mentor: J Stephenson, M.D.: Pelvic Brachytherapy.

1988-2006

UW Medical School Neoplasia Course Faculty.

1988-2006

UW Lecturer for Advanced Medical Physics Course.

1988-1994

Reference Source for American College of Radiology.

1988-1990

UW Radiation Oncology Course, Chief Instructor.

1987-1997

Cancer Education Committee Summer Assistantship Program.

1987-1990

Consultant, ACS: WI/IA Cancer Information Service.

1986-1988

Anatomy Instructor, UW Radiation Therapy Technology School.

1984-2010

Resident/Medical Student Education, University of Wisconsin.

AWARDS AND HONORS:
2011

Award for Excellence in Clinical Research, Society for Neuro-Oncology
(Gilbert M, et al, for RTOG 0525: A Randomized Phase III Trial Comparing
Standard Adjuvant Temozolomide (TMZ) with a Dose-Dense (dd) Schedule
in Newly Diagnosed Glioblastoma (GBM))

2011

Award for Excellence in Translational Research, Society for Neuro-Oncology
(Aldape K, et al, for RTOG 0525: Clinical Utility of G-CIMP and IDH1 Status
as Dual Prognostic Markers in Glioblastoma)

2011

Award for Excellence in Quality of Life Research, Society for Neuro-Oncology
(Armstrong T, et al, for Clinical Utility of Quality of Life (QOL) and Symptom
Assessment as Prognostic Factors for Survival and Measures of Treatment
Effects on RTOG 0525)

2008-2011

Young Investigators’ Roundtable Mentor, Society of NeuroOncology

2010

American Board of Radiology, Lifetime Service Award

2009-2010

Best Doctors in America

2009

Fellow of the American Society for Therapeutic Radiation Oncology

2009

The Association of Residents in Radiation Oncology Teacher of the Year
Award for the Academic Year 2008-2009

2008

Radiological Society of North America, Annual Meeting Orator

2007-2010

Eric Wolfe Professorship in Human Oncology

2007

Ladies’ Home Journal Health Breakthrough Award

2007

Founding Member, Brain Research Academy International for Neoplasia

2006

Award for Excellence in Quality of Life Research, Society for Neuro-Oncology
(Jing L, et al, Relationship Between Neurocognitive Function and Quality of
Life Following Whole Brain Radiation Therapy in Patients with Brain
Metastasis)

2005-2010

America’s Top Doctors for Cancer, (Castle-Connelly)

2003

“Best Physicians”, Madison (Madison Business Magazine)

2002-2010

Top Docs, Madison (Madison Magazine)

2002

The Pancer Lecture, University of Toronto & Princess Margaret Hospital

2001

The 15th Annual Simon Kramer Lecture, Thomas Jefferson University

1998-2013

ASTRO/ARRO: “Meet the Professors”

1999

Nick Khadiwala Award for Excellence in Neuro-Oncology

1989-2001

AMA Physicians’ Recognition Award

1996-99

The Best Doctors in America: Midwest Region

1998

ASTRO Presidential Categorical Course

1996

"Radiotherapy Teacher of the Year," University of Wisconsin

1995

Year Book of Oncology


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