Tarita Thomas
  • Assistant Professor
  • Radiation Oncology
Gastrointestinal Cancers, Breast Cancer

Quality of Life in Women Who Use Pessaries for Longer Than 12 MonthsTenfelde,S.; Tell,D.; Thomas,T. N.; Kenton,K.Female pelvic medicine & reconstructive surgery 2014 ; ( ):

Computational techniques for the assessment of fracture repairAnderson,D. D.; Thomas,T. P.; Campos Marin,A.; Elkins,J. M.; Lack,W. D.; Lacroix,D.Injury 2014 ;45 Suppl 2( ):S23-31

The tolerance of gastrointestinal organs to stereotactic body radiation therapy: what do we know so far?Thomas,T. O.; Hasan,S.; Small,W.,Jr; Herman,J. M.; Lock,M.; Kim,E. Y.; Mayr,N. A.; Teh,B. S.; Lo,S. S.Journal of gastrointestinal oncology 2014 ;5(3):236-246

Perceptions of Posthysterectomy Cystoscopy Training in Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency ProgramsJacobs,K. M.; Hernandez,L. H.; Thomas,T. N.; Waddell,L. M.; Kavic,S. M.; Graziano,S. C.Female pelvic medicine & reconstructive surgery 2014 ; ( ):

Whole-Field Sequential Intensity-Modulated Radiotherapy for Local-Regional Advanced Head-and-Neck Squamous Cell CarcinomaRefaat,T.; Choi,M.; Thomas,T. O.; Bacchus,I.; Agulnik,M.; Pelzer,H. J.; Mellott,A. L.; Rademaker,A. W.; Liu,D.; Sathiaseelan,V.; Mittal,B. B.American Journal of Clinical Oncology 2013 ; ( ):

Outcome of patients treated with a single-fraction dose of palliative radiation for cutaneous T-cell lymphomaThomas,T. O.; Agrawal,P.; Guitart,J.; Rosen,S. T.; Rademaker,A. W.; Querfeld,C.; Hayes,J. P.; Kuzel,T. M.; Mittal,B. B.International journal of radiation oncology, biology, physics 2013 ;85(3):747-753

Congestion is an important diagnostic and therapeutic target in heart failureGheorghiade,M.; Shin,D. D.; Thomas,T. O.; Brandimarte,F.; Fonarow,G. C.; Abraham,W. T.REVIEWS IN CARDIOVASCULAR MEDICINE 2006 ;7 Suppl 1( ):S12-24

Insights into G protein structure, function, and regulationCabrera-Vera,T. M.; Vanhauwe,J.; Thomas,T. O.; Medkova,M.; Preininger,A.; Mazzoni,M. R.; Hamm,H. E.Endocrine reviews 2003 ;24(6):765-781

Dissecting receptor-G protein specificity using G alpha chimerasCabrera-Vera,T. M.; Thomas,T. O.; Vanhauwe,J.; Depree,K. M.; Graber,S. G.; Hamm,H. E.Methods in enzymology 2002 ;344( ):69-81

Thrombin receptors activate G(o) proteins in endothelial cells to regulate intracellular calcium and cell shape changesVanhauwe,J. F.; Thomas,T. O.; Minshall,R. D.; Tiruppathi,C.; Li,A.; Gilchrist,A.; Yoon,E. J.; Malik,A. B.; Hamm,H. E.The Journal of biological chemistry 2002 ;277(37):34143-34149

G alpha minigenes expressing C-terminal peptides serve as specific inhibitors of thrombin-mediated endothelial activationGilchrist,A.; Vanhauwe,J. F.; Li,A.; Thomas,T. O.; Voyno-Yasenetskaya,T.; Hamm,H. E.The Journal of biological chemistry 2001 ;276(28):25672-25679

An intramolecular contact in Galpha transducin that participates in maintaining its intrinsic GDP release rateThomas,T. O.; Bae,H.; Medkova,M.; Hamm,H. E.Molecular cell biology research communications : MCBRC 2001 ;4(5):282-291

Fluorescent probes as indicators of conformation changes in transducin on activationYang,C. S.; Skiba,N. P.; Mazzoni,M. R.; Thomas,T. O.; Hamm,H. E.Methods in enzymology 2000 ;315( ):490-502

G alpha t/G alpha i1 chimeras used to define structural basis of specific functions of G alpha tSkiba,N. P.; Thomas,T. O.; Hamm,H. E.Methods in enzymology 2000 ;315( ):502-524

Medical School
  • Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
  • Northwestern University McGaw Medical Center, Radiation Oncology
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